Scalable Path · Sep 19th 2019
We are looking for a Senior Full-Stack Software Engineer (C#) to join Scalable Path to work on a client project. This is a remote, full-time position.
CLIENT COMPANY DESCRIPTION: The client is an ed-tech company based in California that’s changing the way universities, students, and employers approach recruiting.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Collaboratively work to solve complex, technical problems with a small, tight-knit team of smart, highly motivated developers in an agile environment, where code is released multiple times per week - Architect, develop, code review, and support high-quality code and automated tests in a detail-oriented manner with software engineering best practices in mind - Refactor and redesign existing code to maximize performance, scalability, and maintainability - Effectively communicate and collaborate with other members of the team - Devs, Product, and QA - to build innovative and intuitive features that our users will love - Provide recommendations on ways to do things better and continuously push to elevate the team and our code - Take ownership over modules and features built with C#, Web API, MVC, AngularJs, Typescript, HTML, Less, Sql Server, Dapper, EF, and other technologies
RELATIONSHIPS - WHO YOU'LL BE WORKING WITH: You will be reporting to the Director of Engineering and working with a team of three developers, Product, and QA. The client is in the America/Los Angeles (-07:00) PDT time zone.
DESIRED (NICE-TO-HAVE) SKILLS: - AngularJS - TypeScript - LESS - Dapper
START DATE: As soon as possible.
EXPECTED CONTRACT DURATION: Ongoing
The pay rate for this role is from $30 to $50 USD per hour, depending on experience and capability.
NOTES: The interview process for this role will have the following steps: - Interview with Scalable Path recruiter - Coding exercise with Scalable Path software architect - Technical interview with the client - Potentially, a 3 hour take-home coding exercise (TBD)
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