.NET Developer (Document Capture Solutions)
This is an exciting role working with varied data capture and development projects using industry leading applications and methodologies such as Microsoft.NET, Enterprise application frameworks, EMC Dispatcher, Biztalk, ReadSoft Invoices & Documentum.
You will be involved in the implementations of new clients, writing and configuring .NET (C#) and VB6 based tools, working against SQL databases and image libraries, configuring high speed scanners, creating biztalk adapter etc.
As a developer you will work with Senior Developers, Business Analysts, Project managers and software architects to deliver quality solutionsthat meet and exceed our clients requirements. You will mentored by very experienced and committed professionals to further develop your skills.
- Highly self-motivated and mature professional
- Result driven and able to prioritize effectively and work unsupervised
- Demonstrable track record in problem solving
- Quick learner
- Adaptable, flexible personality able to engage in new responsibilities
- Adaptable “Can-do” attitude
- Tertiary IT qualification or better
- Substantial Commercial programming experience (3 Years +)
- Professional and clear communication skills, English is a must.
- Strong knowledge of SQL Development (Microsoft SQL Server)
- Strong knowledge of .NET Development (C#)
- ASP.NET Development Experience
- VBA/VB6 development experience
- Java and/or Java script development experience
- Document capture and imaging experience (in particular EMC Dispatcher/Input Accel)
- Document management system experience (in particular EMC Documentum)
- Experience with source control and SDLC
- Experience using Microsoft Entity Framework and Workflow Foundation classes
- Experience creating and consuming Web services using .NET
- Experience with Microsoft Biztalk
- Experience with other development languages, including Java
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