• Contract

No sponsorship available. No third-party candidates.

Please note, this role is 100% REMOTE in the United States.

Partnering with some of the biggest companies in the eye care industry, our client has successfully combined tech automation and business process efficiency to revolutionize the way all parties in this industry collaborate.

As the company continues to expand operations, there is a growing need for experienced technical talent. This is a great opportunity for a knowledgeable Senior Software Engineer to get a foot in the door with this dynamic company that’s having a major impact on the tech industry!

What you get to do:

  • Design, develop, and implement cutting-edge software applications
  • Hands-on engineering with both front-end and back-end languages and frameworks
  • Deliver feature enhancements on the current product lines
  • Continuously improve performance and scalability problems
  • Break down monolithic apps into microservices in .NET core
  • Create specifications, test plans, and operational documentation

What you need to succeed:

  • 5+ years of full-stack software development experience
  • Hands-on development with back-end technologies (C#,SQL,  ASP.NET and/or NET Core)
  • Successful track record in web development working with JavaScript and React.js
  • Working knowledge of JSON, XML, and SQL queries
  • Proven understanding of OOP/OOD best practices
  • Previous experience with Docker and/or Kubernetes is a major plus!

What’s in it for you?

As a valuable new member of the team, you will have access to our company’s extensive client list, the support of a tenured team, and the opportunity to enroll in a variety of health benefit plans. We also have a highly trained team of support professionals ready to help ensure your success in this exciting new role.

Interested in learning more about this new 100% REMOTE opportunity? Apply online today!

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