Senior .NET/Integration Developer
SALARY - SALARY
REG - REGULAR FULL TIME
Description and Requirements
The Senior .NET/Integration Developer
Primary Job Functions
This section describes the primary /essential responsibilities that this job performs.
1.Review and understand project requirements as defined by analysts or in collaboration with peers as needed.
2.Contribute to the technical specification and design development and review in collaboration with the team to ensure requirements are met.
3.Ensure that all solutions meet all established Ashley architectural guidelines, standards and patterns.
4.Generate accurate level of effort for tasks in collaboration with the team.
5.Develop/code or configure features to meet specifications and committed delivery dates.
6.Ensure high code quality via unit testing and validation against specifications before delivering to QA.
7.Collaborate closely with QA to resolve bugs or reconcile against documented requirements and specifications in a timely fashion.
8.Identify work process improvements and new technology recommendations and share with leadership.
9.Provide best practice guidance or technical or solution specific advice to other developers on the team, including production support as needed to other resources on the team.
Licenses or Certifications
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Strong written and verbal communication skills are a must.
Proficiency with both writing and consuming web services, as well as knowledge of the underlying API related technologies (REST, JSON, XML, SOAP, WSDL etc) is a must.
Experience with other integration technologies, ideally using Mulesoft or similar platforms is a must.
Experience mentoring and training other developers with best practices and design patterns, potentially including code reviews of other developers is a must.
Experience in Agile development methodology is preferred.
Previous experience collaborating with offshore or remote resources is a plus.
Experience with non-Microsoft technologies and open source solutions is a plus.
1.Occasional Domestic Travel
2.Flexible and willing to work extended hours when necessary.