Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
9/21/2015
Job Category:
Software Development
Entry Level Web Developer (Database Emphasis)
(This job is no longer available)
State of Oregon | Portland, OR
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Job Description

DESCRIPTION:
Ideal candidate will be responsible for designing, coding and modifying websites (ASP.NET MVC) that interact with database systems, from layout to function, according to a client's specifications; strive to create visually appealing sites that interact efficiently with database tier.

Responsibilities include developing data retrieval methods (queries) for client web applications as well as persisting new data to the database efficiently. Candidates must have a knowledge of SQL syntax. Familiarity with SQL Server 2008-2014 and Firebird databases a plus.

This is an entry level opportunity for a programmer who can demonstrate working knowledge of the required skill set. Prior professional experience is desirable but not required for the right candidate. Aptitude to learn quickly and adapt to challenges must be demonstrated.

Applicant will work closely with the project manager and developer team to take what they learned in school and apply it into real life.

JOB DUTIES:
'General knowledge or hands on experience with Web Applications and Database Servers such as Firebird, SQL Server or any similar database engine.
'Working knowledge of database systems (triggers, constraints, foreign keys, etc.). Entity Framework experience is a plus.
'Candidate must have a strong understanding of UI, cross-browser compatibility, general web functions and standards.
'Strong grasp of website and database security principles.
'The position requires good communication skills with members of the team.

SKILLS:
Looking for a candidate with some skills in:
SQL, JavaScript, JQuery, HTML5, CSS3, Web Programming Skills, Web User Interface Design (UI), Security Principles, Object-Oriented Design.