.Net Developers - Multiple Positions
Urgently seeking multiply .Net Developers to join a government client.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Software analysis to derive function, performance and interface requirements;
- Implementation of code from the defined design;
- Upgrade/installation of new software/tool baselines;
- Understanding the software development methodology, tools and procedures required to complete software engineering tasks.
- Visual Studio 2015 + (w/ TFS);
- .NET Framework v4.0+;
- MVC 4+ with Razor;
- SQL Server 2012+;
- MS IIS;
- WCF services;
- REST Services;
- SharePoint 2013+;
- K2 Blackpearl;
- Smart Client Software Factory;
- CRM Dynamics (2015)
Due to security clearance requirements for this role, candidates must be Australian Citizens who currently hold or are able to gain an Australian Government security clearance
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Dan Carn
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