Sr. .NET Software Engineer - Remote
Company: Magellan Health
Posted on: July 1, 2020
Magellan Health has an outstanding remote / telecommute
opportunity for a Sr. .NET Software Engineer. This position will
allow you to work remotely from the comfort of your own home from
anywhere in the US.
The skill stack we are looking for, in this order, includes:
- .NET Stack (C#, VB.NET)
- AWS (Cloud Technologies)
but not required.
This person will be responsible for acting as a tech lead on a
legacy application as we migrate to better practices and utilities
to reduce the app's dependency on the SQL database.
The application has historically been maintained by developers by
writing SQL scripts to modify/add client information. We are
creating, this year, a configuration utility to handle this
configuration. The front-end of the application is written in
Angular while the backend will be C# MVC. We will also be utilizing
DevOps best practices regarding the AWS deployment process as well
as utilizing IaC (Infrastructure as Code).
This position services as an expert technical and industry resource
to management, clients and development staff in new uses of
information technology in all phases of major system and subsystem
development. Provides consultation on internal and industry IT
technical and business domain process capabilities including
leadership in the identification and recommendation of new IT
opportunities and business operations as it relates to application
development. Formulates, contributes to, and directs task
identification, work effort estimates, and work schedules for
research, prototype, and proof-of-concept IT activities. Directs
and participates in all aspects of development tasks including data
management, application architecture and business architecture.
Provides guidance to staff on complex assignments and mentors on
- Develops guidelines for other software engineers that helps
them build and implement code that is scalable, stable and
- Acts as a hands-on software engineer who can write quality
code, assists with problem solving, root cause analysis, trouble
shooting and coaching.
- Understands big picture from a business standpoint within the
context of the application.
- Writes technical blogs and be active in Open Source
Agile, DevOPS and Cloud:
- Applies Design Thinking techniques on application design.
- Leads agile software development efforts as a Technical
- Coaches other software engineers on practices such as TDD, ATDD
and pair programming.
- Understands advanced concepts of Containers, Micro-Services,
Continuous Delivery and Continuous integration, and guide the team
to setup a DevOps environment for the applications they build and
- A plus, but not required, would be experience designing and
developing highly scalable applications in AWS cloud using tools
like Cloud Formation Templates, EC2, SWF, ELB, Lambda, S3,
RDS/Dynamo DB and others.
- Reviews and takes actions based on application metrics,
including but not limited to code quality, business metrics and
General Job Information
TitleSr. .NET Software Engineer - RemoteGrade28Job FamilyInfo
Technology GroupCountryUnited States of AmericaFLSA StatusUnited
States of America (Exempt)Recruiting Start Date6/26/2020Date
Requisition Created6/26/2020Work ExperienceITEducationBachelors:
Computer and Information ScienceLicense and Certifications -
License and Certifications - Preferred
Other Job Requirements
- 7+ years related experience including a minimum of 3+ years of
designing, building and maintaining high quality, secure software
- Critical thinker.
- Demonstrated problem solving techniques.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Magellan Health Services is proud to be an Equal Opportunity
Employer and a Tobacco-free workplace. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled. Every
employee must understand, comply and attest to the security
responsibilities and security controls unique to their
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