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.NET Architect

Company Name:
Talon
Our client, located in Red Bank, NJ is seeking a .NET Architect for an immediate contract position. Details include:

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

Talon Technology consultants have the ability to take advantage of the following benefits:
Group Health Insurance
Group Dental Insurance
Group Vision Insurance
Short Term Disability Plan
Long Term Disability Plan
Basic Life Insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts
Health Savings Account
401K Plan
Direct Deposit
Employee Service Center
Referral Bonus Program
Loyalty and Longevity Bonus Program
PNC Bank WorkPlace Banking Program
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