Visual Lease, LLC

  • C# Programmer - SaaS

    Job Locations US-NJ-Woodbridge
    Job ID
    2019-1179
    Category
    Engineering
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Visual Lease is looking for a top-notch, experienced programmer to play a senior role in our development process.  Our development team works closely with our industry experts to design and build powerful, yet easy to use web-based software.

     

    Being part of a small team means having a lot of responsibility, and a lot of influence over the development process. You will be directly contributing to the success of the team and the company in a highly visible way. As a key member of the team, you will be working with talented developers to develop cutting edge applications using the latest in web development and database technologies and the Microsoft stack.

    What You Will Do

    Participate in the software development process through the entire system life-cycle.  The right candidate has experience with the following:

    • Developing Object Oriented Modules.
    • Writing optimal code following good development practices with SQL/DB back end code.
    • Familiar with design patterns.
    • Data structure and algorithms.

    What You Will Need

    TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • Knowledge of Microsoft stack: .NET, C#, ASP.net, Javascript, Angular, MS SQL Server.
    • SQL Server developer including T-SQL 

     EDUCATION AND REQUIREMENTS:

    • Bachelor degree in Computer Science or related field
    • Minimum of 2 years IT experience

    Competencies

    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Exceptional time management skills
    • Positive outlook, patience, and strong relationship-building skills
    • Conduct yourself with business integrity
    • Strong sense of urgency
    • Take ownership
    • Embrace humility and teamwork
    • Ability to connect and influence others
    • Self-motivated with a demonstrated ability to take initiative
    • Adaptability to change

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