Software Engineer

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Are you a .NET/C# software engineer with GIS development experience? If that's you, plus you live in southern
new hampshire
(or willing to relocate), please read on!
Our client is a global company offering a diverse, performance-driven culture and an innovative and engaging environment. They are launching a new initiative and are in need of 2-3 software engineers to join their team. They are working with 1 - 4 million lines of code and need developers that are energized by that rather than scared away!
What you need for this
Solid development experience working with .NET and C#
GIS development experience. Bonus points for ESRI experience!
Comfortable working with large, complex lines of code
Strong debugger
Good communication skills
Work well independently and collaboratively with other team members
BS in
Science or equivalent
What's in it for you:
Generous salary with full benefits
Freedom to think big and the support to turn ideas into achievements
Work on complex, challenging problems that will strengthen your skills
Continuous learning and growth opportunities allow you to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to progress and reach your career goals
This is a new position created due to company growth
Excellent company culture that knows how to have fun!
If this sounds like it could be a match for you, please apply today!
To Apply - Please send a Word version of your resume to . Once reviewed, our team will contact you regarding the next step. If your resume is not a strong match for this position we will build a profile for you and contact you regarding future openings that are a better match for your skills and experience.
All the best,
The Adecco Team

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