.NET Web & Application Developers

Substantial Signing Bonus for Non-recruited Hires!!

Salary & Benefits:

This is a full-time, long-term salaried position.  On average, this position requires a 9am to 6pm or 8am-5pm commitment.  Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience and Midwest region salaries and cost of living scale.

   • Corporate Headquarters built in 2007
   • Three work weeks (15) paid *VIP days (*vacation/illness/personal)
   • Five (5) Paid Holiday/Break Days

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AuthorBrett Hanuschak
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.NET Web & Application Developer

Location:  
  • LaGrange, OH-  No rush-hour traffic from any location!
  • 25-30 Minutes from Cleveland, North Olmsted, North Ridgeville, Elyria, Hopkins Airport, Avon, Medina, and Brunswick,
  •  45 Minutes from Lakewood, Beachwood, Sandusky, and Brecksville

Company Profile:  SpaceBound, Inc. celebrates 28 years with no layoffs, with average employee tenure of 8+ years!  SpaceBound is expanding its IT team. 

Responsibilities:

Developers will be responsible for creating and maintaining C# based console applications, utility libraries, web services, Windows Forms applications, ASP.Net MVC and Web Forms websites. 

The primary area of focus for development work is centered on aspects of retail ecommerce sales including integration with distributors, marketplaces, and shipping carriers. Developers will be responsible for seamless integration with the aforementioned third party SOAP services, RESTful services, and unmanaged SDKs.

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AuthorBrett Hanuschak
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Description/Responsibilities:   Cleveland, Ohio Area / E-Commerce software and electronics Company is seeking a full-time .NET Web & Application Developer to join our growing team.  Candidates must have prior .Net programming knowledge and experience.  A minimum of four (4) years working experience is required for this position.

Individual will be responsible for creating and maintaining C# based ASP.Net MVC and Web Forms websites, Windows Forms applications, console applications, and web services.  Some experience with VB.Net is preferred to support and possibly convert legacy applications from VB .Net to C# .Net.

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AuthorBrett Hanuschak
CategoriesCareers