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Software Engineer in Fairfield, CT at SNI Technology

Date Posted: 9/13/2019

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Job Description

Permanent Position, no 3rd parties and/or sponsorship options available

Software Engineer I

Job Summary
As a Software Engineer I, you are a key member of the Agile team. Your primary role is to review, analyze, and modify programming systems. This includes coding, testing and debugging to support client/server software or web applications. You may also be involved in issue resolution during testing and implementation. Because we are Agile you will often be asked to step outside of your comfort zone and contribute to the team in different ways to get to done. We need you to innovate every day and have a mindset of continuous improvement for yourself and your team.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop new applications, modify and maintain existing software, working closely with end-users, IT peers and management.
  • Make changes to prevent recurrence, modifying existing code and faulty files, writing and running special programs.
  • Document the new applications, or the changes made to existing applications.
  • Participate in unit, integration, and business acceptance testing of the applications.
  • Troubleshoot application and system issues.
  • Do whatever is necessary to get to your team's definition of done.
  • Stay current on emerging technologies.


Requirements

  • Bachelor's in computer science, computer engineering or related field.
  • 1 year of related experience.
  • 1 year experience in at least one of these frameworks: C#, SQL, ASP.Net, PowerBuilder, HTML 5.0, CSS, or JavaScript Frameworks.
  • 1 year experience in front-end frameworks such as: MVC, Ember, Web Forms, Angular, KnockoutJS or Node. Js.
  • 1 year experience in middleware pattern such as: REST, Class Libraries as a Layer, WCF or SOAP Web Services.
  • 1 year experience in data storage technology such as: Microsoft Entity Framework accessing the data, Relational Databases (SQL, Oracle, MySQL, etc.), or NoSQL Technologies (Hadoop, Mongo, etc.)