Senior .Net Backend Developer, Architect

Technical level: Senior .Net Backend Developer, Architect

Position can be remote

Directions: Backend Development

About project:

The project nature is a real-time mapping and task management system used by large organizations to manage their workforce and keep track of assets. Comprises a micro-service style distributed component architecture. All components are built on a .NET Core technology stack and follow a 'cloud-first' design philosophy. The front-end presented to users is a Vue.js single-page application (SPA) and native mobile application.

Client Location: Australia.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • - Understand the existing software eco system and application code base
  • - Plan technical solutions for new products, features, and enhancements
  • - Interface with other team members to research ideal technical solutions to meet product goals
  • - Provide project oversight, code, and design review leadership

Required Skills and Experience

  • - Minimum 2 years’ experience as an architect or technical lead
  • - Minimum 5 years’ experience developing software as an engineer
  • - Previous experience with enterprise projects
  • - Notable communication skills for producing documentation, plans, and design for technical and non-technical audiences
  • - Strong grasp of SDLC, particularly development, quality management, deployment, and operational realities
  • - Exceptional software development contributor; you will be writing code
  • - Expert in Microsoft tech stack (C#, .Net Core, EF Core, etc.)
  • - Experience architecting and implementing scalable, fault-tolerant, cloud-based distributed systems - preferably in the public cloud (AWS, Azure or Google Cloud)
  • - Experience with micro-services architectures
  • - Experience with Docker
  • - English level - Intermediate Strong and above

Other desirable areas of experience:

- IoT

- AI

We Offer:

  • - Interesting project in growing business domain
  • - Competitive salary
  • - Friendly atmosphere, concern for the comfort of specialists