Senior .NET Full-stack Developer (Angular2+)

Description

Our project is a web-based database and platform that is employed to manage personnel and vessel certification. It is also used to manage manifest planning operationally and track personnel location in real time. This application enables much of the traditional workload of marine coordination to be easily distributed to contractors, thereby increasing transparency and minimising duplication while maintaining data control and security. Technology stack in project: .Net Core 2.0, Angluar 4, Dapper, MS SQL, Telerik reporting, ASP.NET Core Web Api

Responsibilities:

  • Development, production and maintenance of applications
  • Write new program code; maintain existing code using prescribed specifications
  • Participation in the preparation of technical specifications and functional descriptions
  • Work with a team in Agile environment

Requirements:

  • 4+ years’ experience in web applications and REST services development
  • Knowledge of .NET, C#, MS SQL Server
  • Knowledge of ASP.NET Core Web Api and REST
  • Knowledge of SPA application development, JavaScript/TypeScript, Angular 2+ framework
  • Knowledge of software product life-cycle, software architecture and design
  • Ability to travel abroad
  • Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in the field of Computer Science or a closely related field
  • Intermediate spoken and written English level

We offer:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Opportunity to work on interesting projects
  • Friendly team of highly experienced specialists
  • Training sessions and travel abroad
  • Long-term employment with paid vacation and other social benefits
  • Free English classes with native speakers
  • Medical insurance
  • Sport compensation
  • Cozy kitchen with fresh fruits, juices and cool snacks
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hesitate to contact any of our recruiters.
+380 93 436 58 85
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