Full Stack C#/.NET CORE Developer in Layton, UT at ConsultNet

Date Posted: 10/6/2020

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Job Description

Full Stack Developer
Layton, UT
6 Month Contract-to-Hire
Contract Rate: $48.00 - $60.00 per hour
Target Salary Upon Conversion: $90K - $115K

Job Description:
Our Client is a growing company looking for a C#.NET Web Developer who wants to work in a product-first company. They will develop trading software to help investment advisors easily manage and trade their client's accounts. They will build scalable, flexible systems that make their product for rapidly growing user base.


Required Skills:
  • 5+ years of experience developing enterprise level applications utilizing C#, SQL, HTML, Javascript, CSS, etc.
  • WEB API and .net Core 3.1
  • MVC Experience must
  • Experience with JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS
  • Experience with MSSQL
  • Willingness to learn unknown development technologies, strategies and tools
  • Passion for making scalable software that delights usersAbility to think strategically
Bonus Skills:
  • ServiceStack.net
  • Cosmos DB
  • Redis caching, queuing, pub sub
  • Web API v2
  • git, specifically git-flow
  • Experience developing Service Oriented Architecture
  • Agile methodologies
  • Experience with Azure or AWS






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