Back End .Net Developers

Job Locations US-TX-Plano
Job ID
Information Technology


Full life cycle Back End .Net development with an emphasis on architecture, design, quality and implementation.  Will provide contributions to the application architecture with a focus on scalability, maintainability, security and performance.  Scope is mid-senior level developers with heavy API experience. Any front end experience is a plus.


  • Design and develop .NET applications using C#, ASP.NET, MVC, ASMX Services, WCF Services, API and Domain Services
  • Use jQuery, AJAX, HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap
  • Write T-SQL queries and perform data modeling
  • Mentor Developers and providing guidance when necessary
  • Research and evaluate software related technologies and products
  • Implement best practices, standards and procedures including quality and delivery methodologies
  • Perform code reviews and participate in defining & ensuring adherence to coding standards
  • Provide development estimate on stories and tasks
  • Support and maintain existing and new applications
  • Attend/Facilitate meetings with users regarding requirements when appropriate
  • Unit test and debug programs as necessary
  • Remain current on information technology and techniques


  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline preferred
  • 7+ years of experience as a developer required
  • 10+ years of technology focused experience required
  • Experience architecting, building, and launching software products and services
  • Experience with large transformation or modernization projects
  • Agile and/or Kanban with JIRA required
  • Skilled multitasker with excellent listening skills
  • Self-motivated and can work with minimal direction
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical, problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to pass strict background check for handling sensitive data
  • Must currently be local to the DFW area


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