JOB

ASP.NET Core (React) Developer

Apply before 6PM (AEDT) on: Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Australian Capital Territory,Offsite

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Agency / Department

The Treasury

Experience Level

Senior

Employment Type

Contract

Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$120 per hour***

Overview and Responsibilities

Treasury has a number of Dynamics 365 portal projects currently in progress. We are looking for an ASP.NET Core (React) developer to join our professional team in the Major IT Projects Branch. The developer's role will include the design, development and support of current and next generation applications to enable Treasury business and productivity, with a focus on consistency, innovation and best practice. The successful applicants will be responsible for developing exciting new products and supporting critical Treasury systems. The successful applicant will work across a number of projects and systems, providing excellent stakeholder engagement and technical leadership in:
• ASP.NET Core (specialising in React)
• .NET application development and support
• Microsoft Dynamics integration
• Microsoft Azure services, integration and deployments. The work will be dynamic, varied and flexible, and the successful applicants will play a strong part in steering the direction of work and the work of the team. The ideal candidate will have:
• Proven track record delivering business solutions using a combination of the following technologies: C#, ASP.NET Core (React) and Dynamics 365 (desirable).
• Experience delivering Azure digital solutions, including designing, building, testing and release of software in an enterprise environment
• Excellent communication and stakeholder skills

Essential Criteria

1. Experience developing ASP.NET Core (React) applications.
2. Experience working in and leading agile teams.
3. Experience with Microsoft Azure technologies.

Desired Criteria

1. Experience integrating with Microsoft Dynamics CRM online

Security Clearance

Must Have current baseline clearance

Contract Extensions

2x 6 months