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.Net Architect

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
The .NET architect architects enterprise-level .NET solutions as per business requirements. Primary responsibilities are to design and document best in class solutions, understand and size business requirements, communicate solutions to development team, perform coding and unit testing, and resolve technical issues. Ideal candidate has a firm grasp of architecture and best practices, maintains cutting edge skills, and owns technical solutioning and documentation process.
Requirements
Minimum 7 years experience in .NET development
Minimum 3 years experience in .NET architecture of enterprise-level systems
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong background in C#,.NET technologies, and best practices for .NET
Strong understanding of OOP, design patterns, and multi-layered applications
Considerable experience with SQL Server or other relational databases
Ability to document and model technical solutions
Knowledge and experience with unit testing practices and tools
Experience with web services, particularly RESTful web services
Experience installing and configuring environments
Experience with ORM Tools such as NHibernate or Entity Framework
Desired Skills
Familiarity with Agile development processes
Experience with .NET Web API
Responsibilities
Architects enterprise-level solutions according to specified business requirements
Provides technical documentation and communicates solutions to development team
Collaborates with business, design, development, and quality assurance team members to implement best in class solutions
Mentors junior development resources
Writes optimal and efficient code using object oriented programming, design patterns, and best practices
Resolves technical issues through debugging, research, and investigation
Keeps up to date in advancements in technologies and frameworks, and has zeal to learn

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