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Senior .NET Developer (.NET CORE, Microservices, AZURE)

Motion Recruitment

This is a Full-time position in Chicago, IL posted February 21, 2021.

This Chicago based startup is one of the fastest growing companies in the United States and just closed its series D funding to put them well over 130 Million in total funding.

They have fully embraced remote culture post covid and are looking for strong Mid, Senior and Principal level engineers to build new features on the current platform and a brand new IoT related application from the ground up!

You are a DOer!

Someone who is humble, passionate about building world class software, solving challenging problems, and having fun while you’re at it.

In this role you will be working on a large distributed system, so microservices and event-driven architecture experience is a huge plus but we are also open to those who are hungry and ready to learn.

Continue reading if .NET CORE, Vue, Microservices, Cosmos DB and AZURE get you excited.

Required Skills Experience 3+ Years of professional experience with C, .Net Core, or MVC 3+ Years of professional experience with Javascript and modern frameworks (Vue, React, Angular 2+ Years Professional Experience with cloud technologies like Azure or AWS Excellent understanding of software development and architecture Strong communication skills What you Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown 80 Development 10 Architecture 10 Team Collaboration The Offer Mid
– 100K to 115K Senior
– 115K to 140K Principal
– up to 170K You Will Receive The Following Benefits Medical Insurance Health Savings Account (HSA) 401(k) Paid Sick Time Leave 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.

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