Senior .NET Developer
Advertiser: EnviroSuiteMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 2 Dec 2019
- Brisbane, CBD & Inner Suburbs
- $125,000 - $140,000
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Information & Communication Technology, Developers/Programmers
Envirosuite is a global provider of environmental intelligence technology through its leading Software-as-a-Service platform. The platform captures data from a variety of environmental sensors in real-time, combines this with various algorithms to provide a very powerful set of visualisation and analysis tools.
Senior Developer Role - Full Stack
Join a team of front-end and back-end developers working on an Agile software project that will deliver a globally distributed, cloud application with a focus on high usability and functionality.
- Work on our flagship environmental intelligence application combining real world data with proprietary visualisation libraries
- Rare opportunity to experience working in a team of exceptionally capable & creative developers
- Truly Agile methodology
- High-energy but casual work environment
- Extensive C# experience using modern frameworks and patterns
- Proficient with SQL
- Experience developing internet facing applications
- Experience with GraphQL
- Experience with a variety of AWS services
Please note, as part of the recruitment process, your development skills will be tested. If you think you have what it takes to impress and you like the idea of working with other highly capable developers, we would certainly like to hear from you.
A salary package of up to $140,000 pa is on offer. This is a direct employment opportunity, your resume will be reviewed by the same person you will work for, there are no agencies or HR departments to navigate through.
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