.NET SITECORE DEVELOPER JOB SUMMARY Our client who is a leader in providing services and technology for the mortgage and real estate industries seeks an experienced Sitecore Developer to work with their global marketing team. .NET SITECORE DEVELOPER JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Use Sitecore 9 experience to continue building out frameworks and best practices, approaches, and how to best leverage Sitecore to solve problems for content authors. Strong experience in Sitecore development: Comfortable both working within an existing code base and writing code from scratch and practical knowledge of Sitecore Templates Layouts, Components, Sitecore API, Rendering, Sitecore Caching, Search Functionality, Analytics, etc. Function as a technical expert in the design, development, modification and debugging of websites, integration network diagrams, hardware plans and related activities. Ensure that projects follow Agile and meet quality standards. Act as a technical practitioner addressing problems relating to website integration, compatibility and multiple site/multi language Sitecore platform integration. Responsible for systems (hardware and software) performance and resolution of production incidents. Provide information to management to enable project plans, work assignments, target dates and other aspects of assigned projects. .NET SITECORE DEVELOPER REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS Sitecore Certified Professional Developer required. Experience in developing, implementing and supporting enterprise level solutions. Experience with Sitecore CMS
- 8.x or higher minimum & experience with versions 9.x required. Hands-on technical experience with the following is required: C#, ASP.NET, MVC, HTML, CSS, JSON, YAML, XML, Java
Script, JQuery, SQL Server. Experience in developing web solutions using Sitecore CMS, JSS, Web Forms, and SQL Server. ReactJS framework experience. Experience using developer tools to diagnose, and debug coding issues, with knowledge of SOLR.Knowledge of version control systems, e.g. Git, Bitbucket, etc.
- to checkout, push, pull, clone, merge, commit, etc. Working knowledge of DevOps and CI/CD, including scripting builds.