Software Developer/Analyst (31734)

Website Palmer Group

We’ve been providing employment solutions since 1998

Our growing client is looking for a Software Developer/Analyst who is ready to share their talent and ideas. For this role, we are looking for individuals who can design, code, configure, implement, and support different modules of the Claims System. If you have strong communication skills, read the details below!

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the company’s IT team supporting the Claims System processing annuity and life insurance claims
  • Deliver projects, initiatives, and production support to the business in an agile manner
  • Collaborate with team members and the business users to provide technical solutions and enhancements
  • Work with remote teammates and customers
  • Design, code, configure, implement, and support different modules of the Claims System

Requirements:

  • 4-7+ years of related experience
  • Core .Net experience with C#, ASP.net, MVC, SQL Server, Entity Framework, Web API, Azure Dev Ops, and SSRS
  • Skilled with Agile Scrum methodology
  • Strong working knowledge with front-end web development, frameworks, and supporting technologies
  • Advanced proficiency in MSFT SQL Server
  • Expertise in writing complex SQL queries
  • Experience with claims systems and life insurance/annuities is a plus
  • Skilled at learning new technologies and able to adapt to different organization programming/SDLC methodologies
  • Outstanding communication skills

To apply for this job email your details to nrenaud@thepalmergroup.com

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