Sr. Web Service Developer

Job Summary Applied Systems, Inc., a worldwide leader in insurance technology, is currently searching for a Sr. Web Service Developer - C#/RESTful APIs to join our System Development team.  In this role, you will be part of an Agile Scrum team that designs and implements innovative, service-oriented solutions that have a broad impact on our company, our products, and the insurance technology industry at large.  Using your experience in RESTful APIs, the solutions you design must adhere to high expectations with regard to the security and scalability required for Applied's software architecture strategy.   Your scrum team will collaborate and strive to constantly improve its velocity in delivering high quality business software on time.  Additional responsibilities include: Design and implement platform components and solutions within architectural, security, and code quality guidelines Ensure expected functionality is verified by automated tests (unit, functional, performance, etc.) Provide prototypes, guidance, and other artifacts on appropriate component usage to consumers (typically other developers) Plan, participate in, and direct platform and product code refactoring efforts Participate in sprint planning   Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/related field; or equivalent work experience 4+ years of experience in C# or VB.NET, and SQL Server development Experience in ASP.NET Web API, RESTful API, REST Service integration, and API design preferred Ability to work and thrive in a collaborative environment Experience in the following technologies a plus: Identity Authentication and Federation: OAuth2, OpenID Connect, WS-Federation, and/or MVC..
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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