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Senior Application Developer / .NET Core

Motion Recruitment

This is a Contract position in Los Angeles, CA posted March 30, 2021.

A well known research organization headquartered LA is looking to bring on a Senior Engineer to their growing team. This position will be supporting a company wide initiative that aims to increase the efficiency of research conducted within the medical field.

This position will allow you to gain hands on experience with Machine Learning and Data Science all while using cutting edge technologies within the Microsoft Stack. You will be working with .NET Core and modern JavaScript frameworks like React in addition to cloud technologies. If you’re interested in gaining experience in these areas and are passionate about mentoring junior team members this is the position for you!

Required Skills & Experience

* C#
* JavaScript
* Entity Framework
* Have working knowledge of at least one: Angular/ React/ Vue
* WebAPI

Desired Skills & Experience

* .NET Core
* Experience with non-relational databases
* Experience with Tableau Dashboards
* AWS or Azure
* Strong communication skills

What You Will Be Doing

Tech Breakdown

* 40% C#, ASP.NET MVC
* 30% JavaScript
* 30% Database Layer
Daily Responsibilities

* 85% Hands On
* 15% Team Collaboration

The Offer

* Compensation: Hourly rate up to 110/k and conversion at 115k, DOE
* Contract duration: 6 months
You will receive the following benefits:

* Comprehensive Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits
* 401(k) with match
* Flex Schedule and ability to work from home
* Casual work environment
* Generous PTO and Sick Leave Policy
* Innovative Environment
* Pre-tax Commuter Benefit
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.

Posted By: Pierre Dupree