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Senior Engineer - C#, Angular, .NET Core

Do you want to work with bleeding-edge .NET technologies?  Is mobile development a hobby?  If so, one of Philadelphia's fastest growing banks is looking to bring on a mid/senior engineer before the end of the year.  You will join an existing team of 6 engineers - 1 lead, 3 seniors, and 1 mid.  This will be a full-time position that can pay $80,000 - $100,000 DOE.  This roll will heavily utilize C#, Angular for web development, and web API.  Experience with relational databases such as SQL and T-SQL, as well as .NET Core, and Team Foundation Server.  You will be working on a brand new mobilebanking platform that is going to literally change the consumer bankingexperience.  Check us out! Required Skills & Experience At least 3 years of Object Oriented Programming experience with C# At least 1 year of experience with Angular 2+, React, or Knockout At least 3 years' experience with RESTful API's Ability to work within a team Desired Skills & Experience Computer Science degree or related Experience with Entity Framework Experience with Team Foundation Server What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown 60% C# 30% Angular 10% SQL Daily Responsibilities 90% Hands On 10% Team Collaboration The Offer Competitive Salary: Up to $95,000/year, DOE You will receive the following benefits: 1 day a week work from home Challenging, competitive work environment Free lunch daily Health and wellness reimbursement   Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.   Jobspring Partners, part of the Motion Recruitment network, provides IT Staffing Solutions (Contract, Contract-to-Hire, and Direct Hire) in major North American markets. Our unique expertise in today's highest demand tech skill sets, paired with our deep networks and knowledge of our local technology markets, results in an exemplary track record with candidates and clients.
Salary Range: $80K - $95K
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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