C#/ASP.NET mid-level developer
Company: Based in Brisbane, Australia, Mammoth Media are a leader in the field of developing online gaming communities, regarded as a major retention and growth driver for consumer broadband products.
In addition to its work implementing and maintaining online communities Mammoth Media also develop a range of C# web applications including BigPond Music, and run the hosting company Mammoth VPS.
The company is engaged in a number of agile development practices, including the use of test-driven development, continuous integration, and a variety of tools supported by the ALT.NET community. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal; all developers are supplied with high-end PCs with dual monitors being standard.
Position: C#/ASP.NET Software Developer, Full Time
Salary: $75,000 plus super
Start Date: ASAP
Description: Mammoth Media seeks talented programmer to contribute to ongoing development of BigpondMusic.com . The successful applicant will work with a small team to implement new features and correct identified problems. The position also involves working on other C# web applications from time to time such as Mammoth VPS. The applicant should have an excellent grasp of programming theory outside of any specific implementation language. In-depth knowledge of object-oriented design principles is essential for all applicants. The applicant must have solid knowledge of C# and ASP.NET and be well versed in the creation of web applications. Desired skills (in order of importance) include:
• Minimum 18 months experience in ASP.NET MVC development using C#
• Minimum 3 years experience in web application development (including the previous requirement)
• TDD and Agile practices
• NHibernate, Rhino Mocks, WebForms, MonoRail
• PHP web application development
• Linux usage
Contact: Applicants should send a resume in Word, RTF, ODT, PDF, HTML, or plain text format to firstname.lastname@example.org. PDF is preferred.
Applicants should include details of any non-commercial software projects they have worked on. Such projects need not relate to the described position.