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ASP.Net Developer

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
Mortgage industry is a huge plus
.NET Developer who will work with web-based mission critical applications.
You will be working as a team member responsible for developing industry-leading enterprise-level applications.
In this role you will be responsible for the design, development, documentation and testing of production-level, mission-critical enterprise software within a distributed n-tier environment.
Job Responsibilities:
Work closely with the team to put together application, system and database designs and development plan
Provide technical analysis, design, programming, unit and system testing expertise
Provide technical input, assessment, realistic estimates to project team for planning, risk analysis, schedule and change management
Provide quality documentation of work and be proactive in sharing expertise and knowledge to assist other team members
Proactively acquire and maintain an effective level of working knowledge of current systems, business domain and associated subject matters
Identify system and design deficiencies and recommend solutions
Maintain current and develop greater expertise in core platform technologies
Maintain, enhance and support current systems and develop new systems
Provide technical expertise to assist the solution support team in issue investigation, analysis and resolution.
Good understanding of SDLC using both traditional and agile approach to application development, maintenance, and support.
Required:
6+ years of development experience in a ASP.NET environment
Expert knowledge in C# and SQL Server 2005-2012
Familiar with database design concepts at the conceptual, logical, and physical level
Familiar with OLAP cubes, ETL development, SSIS, SSRS, and SSAS
Proven track record in delivering complex enterprise class systems
Process oriented, pay close attention to details and have superb analytical thinking skills.

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