My client based in Farmingdale, New Yok is looking for a Full Stack Web Developer. Great opportunity with a lot of exposure.
Responsible for leading the design, development, documentation and implementation of web-based applications in support of business operations and general support of Enzo’s development and production environments and websites. Responsible for full-cycle project leadership including application architecture, design input, site layout/user interface and .NET development.
- Write maintainable, clean, re-usable, object-oriented and efficient programming code in compliance with department standards and best practices.
- Work within source control utilizing proper check-in procedures and passing of continuous builds to ensure software is always releasable.
- Provide leadership and guidance to production support as needed
- Analyze, review and modify web systems by designing, maintaining, documenting, testing, developing and monitoring.
- Troubleshoot bugs within own custom code or existing snippets and enhance or change existing features as needed
- Work within the context of department processes and procedures – (e.g. Change controls).
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or significant equivalent work experience
- 5-7 years’ working knowledge of web application development and website maintenance years T-SQL coding, Stored Procedures, Functions, Triggers in a Microsoft SQL Server OLTP Environment
- 3-4 years project management with conceptual modeling and data modeling experience, C# is required
- 2-3 years eCommerce, WordPress and Content Management System experience (preferred but not required)
- Strong hands-on experience working with Microsoft SQL Server RDBMS versions 2012+
- Strong T-SQL coding skills for OLTP based system, stored procedures, and SSIS packages
- Self-starter with strong self-management skills
- Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities and projects
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Technical leadership, can clearly communicate technical concepts to a non-technical audience
Please: No Third Parties