C# Developer .Net/WPF/
We are looking for a Front-End C#/.Net Developer, using WPF to craft the front end user experience for an expansion in our product line. This job is based Armenia.
As the ideal candidate, you must have the ability to work across multiple teams working on different projects, and identify efficient code reuse between them.
- Design, develop, test, and maintain software applications utilizing C#/WPF to ensure robust functionality and optimization.
- Engage collaboratively with developers and stakeholders to ascertain software specifications and requirements.
- Author clean, efficient, and maintainable code adhering to standards and best practices.
- Debug and resolve defects and issues.
- Assist in the documentation of codebase and software architecture.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of C#/WPF and related technologies.
- Support the optimization of existing software applications, identifying areas for improvement and implementing enhancements to ensure continual performance
- Proven professional background in developing WPF applications utilizing C#, substantiated by:
- A Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years of relevant experience, or
- A Master’s degree with 1-3 years of relevant experience.
- Proficient in object-oriented programming, demonstrating a solid grasp of core concepts and practices.
- Well-versed in SQL, showcasing strong abilities in database querying, design, and management.
- Ability to work both independently and within a collaborative team-oriented environment, demonstrating a proactive and positive attitude.
- Excellent communication skills, fostering a collaborative environment and effectively articulating technical information to non-technical stakeholders.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills, with a capacity to meticulously analyze issues and devise practical solutions.
- Continuous learner, motivated to stay updated with the evolving landscape of software technologies and methodologies.
If interested in joining the MePay LLC team, send your detailed CV Please indicate "C# WPF" in the subject line of the email.