|.NET Application Team Lead
Elicit requirements through interviews, feedbacks and issue reports, communication sessions, use cases, task and workflows, analysis, site visits, surveys.
Proactively communicate and collaborate with internal and external customers through delivering the functional requirement (business requirements), use case scenarios, data models, screen and interface designs.
Produce high-level application (architecture) design and functional specifications using industrial best practices through the use of modelling tools such as UML, context diagrams, process diagrams and data dictionary.
Produce structural outline of program through the use of pseudo codes.
Develop and execute test cases
Support customers in acceptance testing
Perform quality control of deliverables produced by offshore application developers
Application deployment and support
Work independently with stakeholders under direction of the project manager.
Prepare and conduct end user training
Produce system documentation such as support and troubleshooting guides
Strong in inter-personal communication.
Highly analytical and with experience in creative problem solving, particularly in time critical situations.
Proactive team player.
Experience in applying UML as application modelling language.
Experience in web application, Web services, infrastructure applications (Exchange, Active Directory, LDAP) and database design and programming
Strong in web and enterprise application design, programming and debugging in the .NET 3.0 or above, C#, VB.NET, MVC, WCF messaging, stored procedures and major database platform.
Experience in application development library such as Microsoft Enterprise Library, Powershell, Exchange and Active Directory.
Experience in revision control and build management tools, such as Subversion, Visual source safe.
Preferably minimum 5 years relevant development experience.
EA License NO: 07C5567
Interested candidates please send your updated resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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