C# Developer in Springville, UT at ConsultNet

Date Posted: 10/28/2020

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Job Description

C# Developer
Utah County, UT
6-month Contract to hire
Pay Scale: $35.00 - $41.00 per hour / Salary Target: $70K - $85K

Job Description
Our client in Utah County, UT is looking to add a C# developer to their rapidly growing team. This person should be comfortable owning an assignment, must be willing to communicate and work with all parties, and departments within the company. Qualified candidates should have the ability to think like a problem solver at a business level.

Required Skills:
  • 5-7 years experience with Visual Studio and with programming in C#
  • API integration, wrappers, webhooks
  • Developing and implementing automation processes including triggers, alerts, logging
  • Ability to work on and keep track of multiple projects at once
  • Sufficient development experience to be able to contribute and effectively evaluate development and code external contributors.
  • Ability to use charts, flow-charts, diagrams, ect..to graphically communicateprocesses, and progress
Bonus / Soft Skills:
  • Strong Verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Teams, and SharePoint
  • Sage 100 experience is a plus.

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