Application Developer – Remote (30712)

Website Palmer Group

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Are you an Application Developer who has strong coding experience? Our client is seeking someone with your talents who can develop and maintain new and existing technology systems at their company. This role will design, develop, test, maintain, and support complex applications that are secure, scalable, and robust. If this describes you, please apply today!


  • Develop and maintain new and existing technology systems
  • Create and maintain complex applications for internal and external customers
  • Lead the development of technical application design documents on complex projects
  • Provide unit testing of all coding changes
  • Identify technically innovative solutions and improvements


  • 10+ years’ experience with coding in C#, SQL, VB.NET, Mulesoft, SQL, JavaScript, ASP.NET, or RPG
  • Understanding of the CI/CD pipelines and how to automate processes
  • Proven experience developing RESTful API’s
  • Advanced knowledge of Modern OS architecture concepts and communications protocols
  • Proficient in the Agile methodology
  • Expert technical knowledge in software development methodologies, design, and implementation
  • Good to excellent understanding of entire development process, including specification, documentation, and quality assurance
  • Advanced knowledge of the entire development process
  • Excellent analytical, design, communication, and problem-solving skills

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