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Technical architect/ developer

Company Name:
Adams Consulting Group, LLC
Position:
TECHNICAL ARCHITECT/ DEVELOPER
Location:
CANTON, GEORGIA
Reporting to:
Manager, IT Operations & Production Control.
Job Description:
Design, modify, develop, write and implement application support and/or install software applications/operating systems
Guide and participate in the testing process through test review and analysis, test witnessing and certification of software - C#, .NET, HTML, Javascript and jquery
Address technical issues related to customer hosted and on-site installations and coordinate timely responses/solutions as needed to Client support
Assist in the development of new IT systems and business processes which will ultimately increase the profitability of the company
Obtain the business requirements needed from internal and external customers in order to develop the appropriate solutions to ensure a functional and efficient product
Support the maintenance of daily production for current systems
Team with other developers throughout the organization to create the best possible product and to maintain a timely and accurate delivery of requested software
Troubleshoot and resolve issues and problems that are discovered
Provide proactive resolutions to development problems, and suggest modifications that may result in a permanent fix to a problem
Follow up as necessary to complete projects
Requirements:
Proficient in C# and .NET application development.
Proficient in HTML, Javascript, jQuery and CSS web development
Proficient using the ASP.NET MVC and Web API framework
Proficient using Microsoft SQL Server including stored procedures
Proficient with Microsoft Entity Framework Code First Familiarity with strong principals and at least one dependency injection framework.

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