ESC Corporate Services Ltd.
At ESC we are passionate about creating and delivering outstanding software solutions to industry problems throughout the lending cycle. The Intermediate Developer will design, build, test, implement and maintain software solutions while ensuring reliability and scalability all while following the software development life cycle.
We strive to be an employer of choice and offer a competitive compensation package. Day to day we try to foster a healthy social atmosphere with weekly Friday lunches, birthday surprises, and more. We work hard but we also have a lot of fun!
More about the job:
Design, build, test, implement and maintain software solutions while ensuring reliability and scalability all while following the software development lifecycle.
Develop software code using object-oriented programming languages.
Code is written with more consideration of the business impact.
Responsible for maintaining and reviewing code.
Work with internal teams (including Project Management, Business Analysis, DevOps and Quality Assurance) to ensure code and applications are being designed and delivered as per customer expectations and requirements.
Maintain technical documentation to assist with maintenance and upgrades.
Analyze, investigate, and solve technical problems associated with code and applications and recommend improvements. And minimize disruptions and impacts to customers and other team members.
May be involved in planning and deployment.
What education or experience do you need to have?
BSc. degree in Computer Science or related technical field.
3-5 years of Software Development / engineering related work experience
Proficient in one or more codes bases (C#, .NET frameworks, Angular, etc.)
Familiarity with writing and consuming API’s
Demonstrated ability to write simple and/or routine code
Experience using database views, stored procedures, triggers and user-defined data types (UDT)
This posting will remain open until filled.
Employees hired after November 8, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or to have an approved exemption before beginning work in-person with the Employer.