Software Design Engineer

Company Name:
Talis Consulting Group
Come join a highly successful digital solutions pioneer that has been helping companies increase profitability since 1997.
Currently they serve over 90 companies worldwide helping them transition print subscribers to digital subscribers.
They have a world class cloud-based digital pay meter solution that gives publishers complete control over their digital strategies and revenues.
Seeking multiple developers to help accelerate the release of new product functionality and features.
As a Software Design Engineer, you will have the opportunity to work with an exceptional R&D team. Your contribution will be critical to the delivery of our multi-tiered, services-based suite of applications.
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for designing and developing web and services-based applications using ASP.NET and related technologies.
Write high quality code that is easily maintainable.
Communicate and defend design, requirements, feature set, functionality and limitations of subsystem to team members and development lead.
Technologies Employed
Web-based technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript (JQuery))
ASP.NET MVC, .NET Framework, C#, F#
NoSQL Database Management Systems
Qualifications and Experience
Minimum 2 years of experience with web-based programming technologies (JavaScript(jQuery), HTML, Ajax, etc.).
Experience with .NET framework and technologies, especially ASP.NET MVC.
Bachelor of Science (or equivalent) degree in Computer Science, Engineering, MIS or related field (or 3 years work experience in a technology-related field).
Excellent communication skills.
Extremely committed, self-motivated team player.
Additional / Preferred Qualifications
Good understanding of Web-based application design tools and concepts (CSS, Responsive Design, cross browser compatibility issues, CSS frameworks--i.e., Twitter Bootstrap).
Experience with large scale (i.e., high transaction volume) distributed (n-tier) software architectures.
Good understanding of Object Oriented design patterns and techniques.
Knowledge of functional programming concepts and languages a definite plus

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