Software System Developer

Job Description IES Residential is looking for an experienced Full stack system developer to meet our growing system upgrade / implementation / maintenance needs. The candidate should have great understanding of modern system architecture, current JavaScript frameworks, RESTful web services, relational database design, and experienced with large-scale software development life cycle. Our Company: IES Residential is one of the nation's largest and most reliable electricalcontractors in America. We are a rapidly expanding company with 37 divisions across the U.S. We are open to new ideas and offer a friendly working environment where two of our eight core values are Family and Opportunity. Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or comparable / related discipline. 2 - 5 years of software development experience. Good experience in C# .NET / Entity framework. Experience in large-scale e-commerce projects preferred Proficient with at least one of JavaScript frameworks (such as Angular.js, React.js or Vue.js) Good knowledge of available JavaScript libraries, frameworks and tools. Extensive experience with RESTful API design and implementation. Knowledge of designing functional interfaces and positive user experience. Ability to understand business requirements and translate them into technical requirements. Excellent oral / written communication skills and strong interpersonal / teamwork skills. Detail oriented with a commitment to quality and accuracy. Duties: Develop, test, and maintain system features and infrastructure following good architecture principles and coding standards. Coach and mentor associatedevelopers. Improve usability and user experience. Code peer review and provide constructive feedback. Communication with project leadership / business owner on status and concerns. Requirement refinement and functional design working with business owner. License Required No Minimum Education None 2018-5802
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Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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