ASP.Net Web Application Software Engineer

Company Name:
Jack Henry and Associates
SUMMARY
Responsible for building, maintaining and enhancing functionality related to Financial Institution web sites.
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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Completes product technical design and prototyping, software development, bug verification and resolution.-
Provides reasonable task and project cost/effort estimates.
Ensures timely, effective, and quality delivery of software into production.
Creates required technical documentation.
Adheres to documented departmental and corporate standards.- May participate in the definition and documentation of standards.
Collaboratively works with customer support team to resolve or diagnose defects.
Assists in training and mentoring less experienced peers.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor-s degree required; business, software engineering, or
computer
science degree preferred.
Minimum of five years of technical experience in software development or related field; or
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
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KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Proficiency in .NET web and application design using and the .NET Framework.
Strong knowledge in the following areas:
C# Development
SQL Server 2008 or above
SCRUM/Agile development experience
Awareness of business issues as they impact overall project plans
Experience in the following areas preferred:
HTML/CSS
Javascript/Jquery
Able to create deliverables for each phase of the development cycle.
Able to provide task estimates including effort and cost; able to adjust these estimates as appropriate and necessary.
Knowledge of Cold Fusion, Java, ASP and DNS would be helpful, but not required
Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and maintains a Drug-Free Workplace.
EOE-M/F/V/D
REQNUMBER: 1786_114461811

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