Technical Lead .NET Developer at Jobot

Jobot
Published
September 16, 2020
Location
Richmond, Virginia
Job Type
Job Expires: 2020-12-15

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Technical Lead .NET Developer

Lead .NET Software Engineer needed for high paying job with stable chemical manufacturer in Richmond!!
This Jobot Job is hosted by Jim McCrudden Are you a fit?
Easy Apply now by clicking the "Apply Now" button and sending us your resume. Salary 120,000 - 145,000 A bit about us If you are a Lead Developer with project leadership experience in the Richmond, VA area, and you're looking for Lead Software Developer role, then look no further. We're a publicly traded technology solutions provider for chemical manufacturer's, and the Lead Developer will be expected to guide the development for our next generation of web based RD systems. Our stack currently includes ASP.NET (Core), MVC, Web API, EF, SQL Server, Lucene, MSMQ, WPF, Angular (and more) and we're constantly evaluating other technologies to integrate into the landscape, particularly as our SOA matures. If this is your type of background, please continue reading on. Why join us?
Competitive salary, and full Suite of benefits, plus we have a fun, relaxing work environment!!
Job Details Your tasks will include Application design and architecture Integration with other systems Full Stack Development Delegating tasks within your team Working with stakeholders in the business Is your background a fit?
We are looking for 6+ years in C ASP.NET (MVC or Web API) 2+ years developing Java
Script All phases of SDLC Angular Type
Script huge plu Our company is growing and we would love to tell you more!!
please apply today!!
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