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Application Developer

Company Name:
Forest City Enterprises
Forest City Enterprises is looking for an Applications Developer to review, analyze and modify database driven solutions. In this role you will assist with design, development, testing, and documentation of solutions that may include ETL, Web
services
, and web user interfaces.
In this position your primary responsibilities will include:
o Developing, debugging, testing and implementing solutions.
o Monitoring solutions and responding to errors.
o Maintaining documentation of programs and ensuring integrity of logic and coding.
To become a valuable member of our team we are looking for the following:
o Associate degree with a focus in
computer
Science, Information Technology or related discipline; Undergraduate degree preferred; directly-related job experience may be substituted.
o At least 3 years of progressively responsible experience in database and applications development
o Experience coding with Microsoft SQL Server (2005/2008/2012), T-SQL, SSIS, Microsoft .Net framework, C#, ASP.net and JavaScript; Web service/WCF experience preferred.
o Strong debugging skills.
o Strong communication and analytical skills.
Education
An associate degree from an accredited college or university with a focus in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related discipline; undergraduate degree preferred. Or in the absence of any degree, directly-related job experience in a system applications role where a number of work years and proven knowledge may offset the degree requirement.
Experience
In addition to the education outlined above, experience working in a business environment with small teams and end users desired.

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