We are looking for a motivated .Net developer for Inriver onboarding to join our numerous ongoing and new projects — ranging from enterprise content solutions, VR, mobile apps, data services to experience-driven enterprise e-commerce, user experience, and marketing. Global opportunities to work with different industry verticals: retail & luxury, automotive, financial, healthcare, travel & hospitality, FMCG, media & entertainment.
The Ideal Candidate
— 2 years of .NET Software Development experience (C#), MVC, .Net Core, WebAPI;
— knowledge of Software/ Enterprise Design Patterns;
— knowledge of development principles, capable of designing software solutions: OOP, SOLID;
— knowledge of development practices in CI/CD;
— experience with source code version control systems and concurrent development workflows;
— experience with Agile and Scrum methodologies and working in cross-functional teams;
— basic understanding of computer systems and science including compilers, interpreters, network, operating systems, multithreading, memory allocation etc;
— understanding of data structures like YML, JSON, XML, etc;
— strong collaboration skills and desire to work within a team. Communicative, a self-starter, self-assured, but not afraid to ask for help;
— excellent spoken and written English;
— willingness to learn new enterprise technologies and platforms.
As a .Net Developer within our organization, you will be a part of the team building eCommerce solutions for our clients that need to handle the daily challenges of scaling, resilience, and performance. You will work in an agile way in cross-functional global teams to deliver exceptional user experiences.
As a Consultant, you are expected to develop expertise both in technology and the means to communicate complex concepts and rationale to non-techies. We’ll encourage and support this with frequent opportunities to share ideas internally. We also have consultants who frequently deliver at regional, national, and global conferences.
What Balance Means to Us
— 20 working days of vacation;
— sick leave (up to 20 days a year);
— unpaid leave (up to 20 days a year);
— exceptional days off (2 days);
— private entrepreneur leave (2 days).