The Developer will be responsible for back-end development of C# applications, including services to the client-end counterparts. This individual’s primary responsibilities will be to design and develop these applications, and to coordinate with the rest of the team working on different layers of the infrastructure.
Essential Duties + Responsibilities
- Translate application storyboards and use cases into functional applications.
- Design, build and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable C# code.
- Utilize and extend test driven development practices
- Ensure the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of applications.
- Identify bottlenecks and bugs, and devise solutions to these problems.
- Help maintain code quality, organization and automatization.
- Work closely with Software Project Leader to provide delivery of the platform according to schedule.
- Assure design and coding standards are maintained.
- Bring depth in the .NET and C# environments.
- Learn the architecture of the platform and assure that the architecture is maintained as features are added
- Other duties as may be reasonably requested from time to time.
Education, Experience + Skills
- Proficient in C#, with a good knowledge of its ecosystems
- Familiarity with the .NET framework
- Familiarity with the Mono framework
- Strong understanding of object-oriented programming
- Skill for writing reusable C# libraries
- Familiarity with various design and architectural patterns
- Understanding fundamental design principles behind a scalable application
- Creating database schemas that represent and support business processes
Equal Employment Opportunity
United Language Group is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. United Language Group prohibits unlawful discrimination and harassment and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, and any other protected class status under applicable federal and applicable state law.