Full Stack Web Developer

Company: NJ Retina ( Learn More )

General Information
4 Year Degree
3 to 5 years
Not Specified
Job Description

Job Title:  Full Stack Web Developer


The position is responsible for architecting, implementing, deploying, and maintaining the full technology stack for our web applications and web services. This specific position requires expertise using .Net, C#, SQL. Overall, we are looking for a technically strong, hands-on developer who has desire to: 1) build new web applications/services from the ground up, 2) maintain and extend existing web applications, 3) take direct ownership for product quality, and 4) work closely with subject matter experts.

Role and Responsibilities:

Develop enterprise business web applications and tools incorporating large dataset management (data analysis, metrics, visualizations) Create user interfaces incorporating latest UX design elements Manage user requirements and feedback Manage and lead small projects with little supervision Develop test cases and QA for applications (unit testing, validation testing, code quality checks) Responsible for special projects and other assignments as required

Job Requirements

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Informatics and/or similar field required.

Experience: 3-5 years of experience and knowledge in in various web application projects under .NET framework environment, preferably Visual Studio IDE.


C++/C# .NET Core framework/ASP.NET RESTFul API development HTML/CSS/Javascript/AJAX/Bootstrap VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services) or Git / GitHub for version control and management Proficient in SQL Database development, management and deployment Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, capable of reaching out to users and converting their needs into software requirements Experience working with small teams developing code in a structured environment under Agile principals Team player with a can-do attitude, striving for excellence in user satisfaction and quality application