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Lead Developer

SUMMARY

More than $500B will change hands next year in complex litigations—using technology, tools, and strategies that are 20 years behind other industries. Sound crazy to you? Us, too. Come help us fix it. We are creating advanced software to change the way settlement claims are paid and healthcare liens are resolved in complex litigations. Our solutions are making a difference for hundreds of thousands of injured or affected people involved in large-scale legal settlements.

At GRG, Application Developers design, build, and maintain complex software of all types and through all phases of the SDLC. They are active contributors, identifying opportunities to improve processes and align technology to get the job done faster and more accurately. Using a lab-centric model, developers work as part of a cohesive team to learn the business, understand the needs, and create solutions in a fast-paced, iterative environment. We are looking for technologists who love what they do and are always learning and improving their skills. If that’s you, keep reading. This full-time position is and based in our Charlotte, NC office.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Understand Garretson’s strategic and competitive position and deliver software that is recognized as the best in the industry
  • Develop, test, debug, maintain, and document web-based applications
  • Adhere to and enforce standards and best practices across the team to deliver high-quality code
  • Facilitate design and planning sessions and provide time and scope estimates
  • Cultivate skills and responsibilities in your team members through mentoring and development plans
  • Engage with your team members through regular feedback and encouragement to ensure they are meeting deadlines and other performance expectations
  • Document technical requirements, perform code reviews, and provide status reports to the management team and end users
  • Provide system-specific support as required, both during the standard work day and after hours and on weekends as required
  • Think creatively, work collaboratively, and do whatever it takes to get the job done.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

REQUIREMENTS

  • 7+ years hands-on experience, including leading teams
  • Intimate knowledge of design patterns, application architecture, and industry-standard coding practices
  • Extensive experience with ASP.NET 3.5+ using C# inside Visual Studio 2015+
  • Experience with most or all of: WebForms, MVC using Razor, WebAPI, HTML5, Angular.js and bootstrap, TypeScript
  • Experience with WCF/SOAP-based services as well as REST/JSON-based services. OData (v4) experience a plus
  • Extensive experience with MS SQL Server (2014+) including database design and modeling, writing queries, and building tables, views, and stored procedures. Performance tuning, indexing, and query optimization a plus
  • Understanding of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Messaging Oriented Architecture (MOA)
  • Experience using Team Foundation Server (TFS), specifically source control and work item tracking
  • Demonstrated understanding of Agile or hybrid practices for development and program management
  • Extremely detail oriented, organized, and able to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines
  • Temperamental fit to fast-paced, changing environment with tight deadlines and shifting, high-pressure situations
  • Experience with any of the following tools will earn you extra points:
    • Java Swing
    • MongoDB or similar NoSQL based platforms
    • RabbitMQ
    • SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
    • SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    • Entity Framework 6+
    • SharePoint, DotNetNuke, Telerik, SyncFusion
    • Python

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