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.NET Developer

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Agency / Department

Experience Level

Senior

Employment Type

Contract

Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$150 per hour***

Location

Australian Capital Territory

Overview and Responsibilities

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment are looking for experienced and ambitious .NET Developer to join our team. As a .NET Developer, you will be involved in design, development, coding, customisation, configuration, testing, and deployment in support of enterprise packaged solutions. The candidate should be a strong team player, demonstrating flexibility and agility in meeting stakeholder needs and through supporting team members in delivering high quality services. A successful candidate should appreciate a high pace environment and be transparent and collaborative when making decisions.

Essential Criteria

Experience developing and delivering public facing web applications utilising established development tools, guidelines and conventions including the following technologies:

  1. ASP.NET MVC / .NET Core
  2. JavaScript / Typescript / JQuery
  3. Frontend frameworks including React, Vue or Angular
  4. CSS frameworks including Bootstrap
  5. Microsoft Web API / REST Architecture
  6. SQL / Entity Framework

Desired Criteria

  1. CI/CD Practices
  2. Experience with PowerShell automation
  3. Experience with TFS
  4. Experience with concurrent development source control (Git)
  5. Solution Design Patterns and Best Practices, e.g. SOA
  6. Unit / Automated UI testing
  7. Understanding of Software Development Life Cycle and Agile methodologies.

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Contract Extensions

***Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for more information regarding the expected rate