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Company: TEKsystems
Location: La Crosse
Posted on: January 4, 2022

Job Description:

Contract to Hire Job Opportunity! 100% Remote .Net Core Developers! Positions range from 2-10+ years of experience.TEKsystems is currently hiring for 14+ Remote Developers skilled with .Net Core and Backend Development for a large Healthcare Client. This organization helps support different federal health care contracts and COVID-19 related projects. Must be a Citizen to support these projects.

  • developing .Net and .Net Core Framework Applications
  • C# or (preferably both)
  • ASP.NET Web APIs
  • Team Foundation version control and Git
  • NuGet Package Manager
  • Agile Scrum methodologyPreferred Experience in:
    • SQL or Oracle
    • Unit Testing
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Docker
    • OAuth 2.0 Authorization frameworkApply and additional information will be provided! About TEKsystems: We're partners in transformation. We help clients activate ideas and solutions to take advantage of a new world of opportunity. We are a team of 80,000 strong, working with over 6,000 clients, including 80% of the Fortune 500, across North America, Europe and Asia. As an industry leader in Full-Stack Technology Services, Talent Services, and real-world application, we work with progressive leaders to drive change. That's the power of true partnership. TEKsystems is an Allegis Group company. The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.

Keywords: TEKsystems, La Crosse , Developer, IT / Software / Systems , La Crosse, Wisconsin

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