.NET Architect

Company Name:
Allegient, LLC
The .Net Architect will develop and design the UI and technology integration efforts for various client projects. Must have excellent experience with VB.Net, ASP.Net, C#
Experience with developing Microsoft-based server applications, using service oriented approaches and .NET Frameworks for integration with business partners, transaction processing, web-based interactive applications, relational databases and full lifecycle development
Implement solution architecture by building components and custom designs; prototyping; data migration; maintaining technical integrity and consistency; documenting system
Conduct and participate in peer code reviews
Conduct and participate in code build and merge processes for system build
Validate system performance by developing and conducting unit test scripts; completing bug fixes
Enhance overall team accomplishments and competence by planning delivery of solutions; answer technical and procedural questions for less-experienced team members; teach improved processes
Improve information usefulness by racking emerging technologies; evaluating their applicability to business goals and operational requirements.
knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations
Increases organization effectiveness by identifying opportunities to leverage solutions to other engagements

Key Skills:
Demonstrable understanding of UML and business process modeling
Familiarity with web based application development and technologies like Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Biztalk, J2EE, XML, etc
Experience with software development lifecycle
Excellent Desktop Tools Skills, including Office, Visio, MS Project

Other Requirements:
5 years of Information Technology development experience
BS in Engineering,
Science or related field preferred

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