I am working with an award-winning, cutting edge health care technology company to hire an IS Developer. Yes, You! If you want to use the latest tools, work independently and have a powerful impact with a growing company, you have to check this out.
Your mission: automate the financial systems and customer support processes for entire organization. Write awesome code, test it till it works, develop interfaces between applications and write technical and support documentation to hold it all up over time.
Your requirements: You must be better than anyone else at developing apps and features. You must be at the top of your game with C#, SQL SSRS, LINQ and Crystal Reports. Are you a standout when working with SQL Server? Can you build tables and work with stored procedures, views and reports? Are you a rock star coder using ASP.NET and C#? Have you ever heard of MAS90 or something like it? What do you know about Entity Framework?
The Payoff: $1000 signing bonus. Salary that competes (and wins) against other opportunities in this category. A benefits package to write home about. And a company that says they have a “tremendous commitment to life balance.”
All you have to do: send a note or resume to Julie Desmond, IT Recruiting Manager with George Konik Associates, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org. I will respond to set up a time to talk. This is a great opportunity for the right IS Developer. I look forward to hearing from you!
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