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Senior Web Developer

Our client, a fast paced and growing company, located in Bolingbrook, IL is looking for a senior web developer to join their Product Development team who will help in the design and development of distributed applications.
Responsibilities:
Develop software utilizing ASP.
NET, C#, C++, AJAX, with SQL ServerAnalyze business needs by working in a team to execute new attributesEvaluate code reviews to ensure they meet the standardsExecute feature testing to resolve and fix the problemsReview and resolve issues reported by customers or internal staff, such as performance or security issuesReview, suggest and implement changes to improve the existing technology and systems within the companyBe a part of a back office on call rotation to ensure that the product is available and fully operational 24/7/365Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree requiredFull Life Cycle development experience, from concept through testing and deployment7+ years of software development preferably in technology company5+ years of experience working with ASP.
NET/SQL Server, design, TSQL and performance tuningExcellent knowledge of Object Modeling, C#, SQL Server, AJAX, CSS, JavaScript, XMLWeb Services experience is essentialNice to have skills:
C++ integrating with SQL ServerSSRSExperience with Red Gate tools, map integration, map layering, and IIS 7.
0Local candidates are preferred for this role because this company does not offer a relocation package, nor do they reimburse for travel expenses to the interview.
Please consider that before applying.
There are no visa sponsorships available for this position and we do not work with any third parties.
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