.NET Integration Developer
This position is responsible for modifying and extending existing customer applications as needed for the project. This often includes development necessary to integrate the existing system with Guidewire application(s).
.NET Integration Developer Responsibilities
Collaborate with business analysts and data architects to map data between Guidewire and existing production systems.
Write new or modify existing components to support integration with the Guidewire application(s).
Write new or modify existing systems to meet overall project requirements.
Perform unit testing and resolve defects.
.NET Integration Developer Qualifications
Programming experience in the relevant existing application(s).
Experience with Visual Studio.
Experience modifying existing applications.
Understanding of modern software technologies.
Experience working on a Scrum Team.
Understanding of change management.
Have a positive attitude and are not afraid to express their ideas to improve the team and our work.
Benefits are available to eligible VanderHouwen contractors and include coverage for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability, and matching 401k.
VanderHouwen is an award-winning, Women-Owned, WBENC certified professional staffing firm. Founded in 1987, VanderHouwen has been successfully placing experienced professionals throughout the Pacific Northwest and nationwide. Our recruitment teams are highly specialized in either Technology and IT, Engineering, or Accounting and Finance career markets. Our recruiters value building meaningful, professional relationships with each candidate as well as developing honed knowledge of companies' staffing needs and workplaces. Partner with us to land your next exciting career.
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