Application Developer-ASP.NET C# (entry level to 2 years of exp)
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The Application Developer creates detailed technical specifications, develops application and system code using C#, participates in code reviews and module testing, and supports ongoing maintenance.
The Application Developer Consultant II develops code for intermediate modules, participates in design reviews, conducts code reviews, creates test plans and participates in testing reviews, and resolves moderate defects. The Consultant II designs, documents, reviews, and maintains components of software solutions for intermediate projects.
Reviews detailed business, functional, and high-level technical requirements including technical recovery, security, and audit to identify the need for, and assist with, the roll-back of units of work
Participates in creating detailed design documents that support interface and technical design and meet solution requirements
Participates and provides feedback in design reviews
Provides/confirms detailed estimates for assigned work units and provide communications for deviations from estimates; proactively works with project managers to ensure appropriate time is allocated to assigned tasks
Generates and codes work units for simple to intermediate changes, enhancements, and modules according to specifications and standards
Accurately documents design and code fixes for all created code to memorialize fixes and dependencies according to established standards
Acts as a technical expert for Band A application developers
Conducts timely structured code reviews to ensure standards and systems interoperability
Reviews and critiques team members' code
Prepares accurate data for test plan and modules; participate in testing reviews to identify possible issues
Tracks and resolves simple to intermediate defects
Identifies support issues and initiate action to resolve the problem
Provides technical assistance to resolve moderately complex issues.
Assists with change management activities supporting production deployment to Developers, Quality Control Analysts, and Environment Management personnel
Creates and executes unit tests
Ensures project artifacts are ready for promotion to production; communicate and coordinate among developers, QC analysts, and environment management personnel and complete and deliver migration or change management form to above parties
ASP.NET 4/4.5 C#, HTML, CSS, SQL SERVER 2008/2012
Functional Competencies – Proficiency levelsApplications Knowledge 1
Applications Systems Architecture 1
Program Design 2
Program Documentation 1
Program Testing 3
Thriving in Change 1
Two-year degree in Computer Science, MIS, or related area, or equivalent work experience
2-4 years of application development experience
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