.NET Application Developer.
Do you enjoy both coding challenges and working directly with both external customers and internal team-members to create powerful solutions to customer needs? Can you work with a high degree of detail and autonomy to create reliable, professional applications that delight your customers?
If so, Databound Healthcare Solutions is looking for you! We are seeking a self-motivated and self-directed, mid-to-high level .NET programmer with 5+ years of experience creating WinForms business applications that turn customers into “raving fan.” This person will be instrumental to our mission of helping our customers and building trusted relationships with them by delivering rock-solid software and amazing support and services. The right candidate for this job will enjoy helping and working directly with customers to understand their needs as well as architecting technical solutions and leading a small development project.
Strong working knowledge of .NET WinForms, VB.NET, Web development technologies, SQL Server, Agile development processes, and relational database concepts is required. Experience in healthcare, the Watin web automation platform, and mobile development are a plus.
Duties will include application development and project management to deliver customer value in EMUE, our automation and integration tool, which is used by hospitals nationwide to improve Revenue Cycle processes and system communication, and to automate repetitive activities. We believe that frequent development team interaction with customers allows us to create software that provides more value to our customers; therefore, limited travel (5-10%) will be necessary.
We offer a relaxed and flexible work environment with competitive pay and great benefits.
If you are available within the next 30 days, and a highly self-motivated and self-directed developer that enjoys both technical challenges requiring planning and precision, as well as working directly with end users please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 607-793-9543.