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Software Engineer C#, ASP.Net (Ref. č.: PR/019945)

15.11.2018 Lugera & Maklér spol. s r.o. Agentúra je členom Asociácie personálnych agentúr Slovenska  
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Place of work: Kechnec
Slovak Republic
Type of job offer: Information Technologies - Software; IT Architect
Base salary: 2300-2600 EUR/gross/month
Starting date: Upon agreement
Contract type: full-time

Position information

Job description, position information:

* Support and maintenance of existing components of Company´s software products
* Design and development of new and existing components of Company´s software products
* Participate in training deployment and develop associated training material
* Perform tasks with support from SSP coordinator or manager
* Participate as team member or owner in different projects
* Communicate projects and tasks with in-house colleagues/ teams as well as consultants/customers

Information for the applicant:

* Objective:
* The Software Engineer contributes to the design, development, support and maintenance of various new and existing components of Company´s software products (web & desktop). Also contributes to the design and customer facing documentation of the solutions developed. Including but not limited to: Support of SSP, Customizing, Claims, PIM, Customizing & Workflow, Product Database, Product Portal, BIM.

Other skills:

ASP.NET, C#, JavaScript

General required skills:

* University degree in Computer Science/ Engineering or similar
* Fluent in English, both written and spoken
* Knowledge in Microsoft .Net (C
* , ASP.Net), HTML/CSS/JavaScript and related technologies (PHP), Winforms, WPF, Database knowledge – MS SQL Server, MS SQL Reporting Services
* Knowledge in MS Office
* Attitude: High working morale and willingness to learn

Requirements on employee

Required education: Postgradual Education
Language skills: English (Intermediate - B2)
Suitable for graduates: No