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Jr. and Sr. .NET Developer

Role Description:

The individuals in these roles perform difficult and specialized professional work in all areas of mainframe, client/server and/or Internet application development. The work is non-routine in that general policies or procedures must be adapted or applied and new methods devised to meet frequently changing or new situations. Typically, the objectives to be achieved are set forth and the results produced are expected to operate within the framework of established policies and procedures. Positions work under indirect supervision in the performance of the majority of duties. Decisions made are in accordance with general instructions, established methods and clearly defined precedents; unusual problems are referred to higher-level professionals.


Typical examples of work include:

  • Perform as individual or lead programmer for a system or subsystem;

  • Coordinate the analytical and programming functions required to develop, adapt, convert or maintain applications;

  • Coordinate programming activities with systems analysts and other development staff;

  • Direct and conduct the preparation, review and revision of program code, objects, properties and methods.

  • Perform analysis and evaluation of legacy systems database and program logic;

  • Interview and consult with stakeholders concerning desirable changes;

  • Perform comprehensive studies and analysis of stakeholder needs and objectives;

  • Identify procedures and techniques to develop new systems or convert or improve existing systems;

  • Following approved methodologies, develop detailed systems designs, definitions, flowcharts, and procedures;

  • Following approved methodologies, develop and apply cross-checks and auditing procedures to assure accuracy and reliable practices;

  • Following approved methodologies, determine and correct deviations from specifications for complex n-tier, object-oriented applications.

  • Perform program coding, testing and implementation activities using specified development languages and technologies; may coordinate program changes with stakeholders.

  • Design and implement data conversion programs and procedures and develops and implements testing plans, programs and procedures.


Education, Experience and Skills. These roles require:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems or related fields (or equivalent knowledge, skill, experience and mental development);

  • Three or more years of progressive responsibility and experience in application design and development with an emphasis on mainframe, object oriented client server and/or web application development with recent experience in the specified technologies;

  • Extensive knowledge of Information Technology concepts and principles, the theories and functions of computer systems;

  • The principles and techniques of n-Tier, object-oriented development; a working knowledge of the methods, procedures and techniques of conducting feasibility studies for system conversions and enhancements;

  • Ability to analyze data logically and exercise sound judgment in defining and evaluating problems of an operational or procedural nature;

  • Ability to gain and maintain effective working relationships with associates, vendors, clients, and others; and

  • Oral and written communication skills to present technical information to others with clarity and precision.


Technology Platforms / Tools and Languages:

  • Midrange Microsoft Platform: Client/Server

    • Visual Studio (VB.NET, C#.NET)

    • SQL Server

    • MS Access

    • MS Office Suite

  • Midrange Microsoft Platform: Web Development

    • Visual Studio and/or Visual Designers (SharePoint Designer)

    • ASP.NET (VB.NET and/or C#.NET )

    • HTML, JavaScript and CSS

    • MS Expression Blend

    • SQL Server including SQL Reporting Services development

    • MS Access

    • MOSS 2010

    • Performance Point/Pro Clarity

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