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INTERMEDIATE FULL STACK DEVELOPER - 367445
INTERMEDIATE FULL STACK DEVELOPER
Information Technology / Web Development / Telecommunications
Wage / Salary:
R - Market Related - P/M (Per Month)
Our client is looking for a skilled Microsoft Full Stack Developer who will work with a team of developers.
Duties & Responsibilities
Writing of programs in C# and appropriate languages when the need arises
Developing test plans, systems testing, coordinating user acceptance testing where necessary
Handling problems and solutions at source from stake holders
Translating the above into development goals and outputs personally and for the team
Adhering to the development standards of the team with minimal guidance
Mentoring and teaching fellow team members
Actively participating in research and discussions around the development stack and standards
Analysis of user reporting requirements and setting up the requisite reports.
Analysis of in house programs in order to improve application and related processes.
Analysis and verification of information with the business and creating sustainable structures to deliver this information on a regular basis
Ensure that the infrastructure developed supports remote sites
Ensure all technical documentation pertaining to developments and enhancements are updated and distributed
Ensure that the relevant technical and general information is updated to the intranet
Control and tracking of all software licenses and contracts
Desired Experience & Qualification
Grade 12 (Matric)
Minimum of a BSc. Degree
5+ years’ experience in an intermediary role
Experience in these technologies is preferred:
Familiar with constructing and using web services
Exposure to mobile development a plus, wither native or hybrid
Passion for software development
Up to date knowledge and a keen interest in the latest technology
Experience in a wide range of technologies
Ability to solve problems elegantly and creatively
Package & Remuneration
Cost to Company