Senior Developer for Defense Contractor at Motion Recruitment in Waltham, Massachusetts

Motion Recruitment
August 2, 2020
Waltham, Massachusetts
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Senior Developer for Defense Contractor in Waltham

Our client is a defense contractor that has been developing Maritime Internet of Things software for their clients. While they have worked with a variety of companies their main client is the U.S. Navy. The two main products they provide is a ship management software, basically converting everything from paper to digital; the other service is an energy assessment software to help the ships become energy efficient. As the company grows they are looking to add a senior software engineer to join them. You will be using C#, ASP.NET MVC, and SQL on the backend to help build their desktop and web applications. If you are looking for a challenge and a leadership role then please apply!


Skills & Experience B.S. in Computer Science or related field Solid experience with C# Experience with ASP.NET and .NET stack Knowledge of SQL Desired Skills & Experience Understanding of Java
Script, or Angular Self-motivated and passionate developer What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown Daily Responsibilities 100% Hands On Tons of Team Collaboration The Offer Competitive Salary: Up to $130K/year, DOE You will receive the following benefits: Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage 401(k) Paid Time Off Pre-tax Commuter Benefit Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future. Workbridge Associates, part of the Motion Recruitment network, provides IT Staffing Solutions (Contract, Contract-to-Hire, and Direct Hire) in major North American markets. Our unique expertise in today’s highest demand tech skill sets, paired with our deep networks and knowledge of our local technology markets, results in an exemplary track record with candidates and clients.

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