Senior Engineer (Full Stack Developer) must have .Net 5 or higher

Plano, Texas


Full Time

Seeking a Senior Engineer (Full Stack Developer with .Net 5.0 or higher) for an opportunity to work out of our client's new domestic hub in North Texas.  
We are an established US-based healthcare administration company looking for passionate and experienced Team Lead. 

We are building B2B product from the ground up using a modern technology stack that makes a real difference for thousands of patients.

What you bring:
  • Develop a strategy that the team members can use to better reach a project’s goal.
  • Assign tasks to team members.
  • Determine the completion timeline and monitor progress to keep the project on track and on schedule.
  • Communicate clear instructions to team members.
  • Manage the flow of dayto-day operations.
  • Code Review process prior to code merging.
  • Create and distribute reports to update the company on the team’s progress.
  • .NET experience (Framework, Core) minimum 3 years (5 years for a Senior).
  • OOP, Patterns, Architecture principles (Middle – understand and apply, Senior – propose, review, coach other team members).
  • SOLID is not a foreign word for you.
  • Able to understand and write complex and efficient SQL queries / LINQ expressions.
  • Experience with Azure Cloud.
  • Advanced level of English.
  • Experience with at least one standard frontend framework.
  • Git / Jira / CICD.
  • REST.
  • MSSQL.
  • Entity Framework experience.
  • Web Services.
  • ASP .NET Core WebAPI.
  • Multithreading/Asynchronous programming.
It will be a plus:
  • Microsoft Azure DevOps.
  • Microsoft Azure Data Factory Experience.
  • Confluence.

What you get:
  • Friendly, agile working environment.
  • Challenging and exciting tasks.
  • Work in the product company.
  • Competitive base pay with a performance based bonus.
  • Yearly Corporate Retreats where our colleagues fly from all over the world to meet each other in person.
  • Opportunity to become part of a successful product that makes a difference.

Posted by: Heather Allen

Specialization: Java