- .NET Developer
- 2*12 months contract on a view to extend
- Large Federal Department
- Australian Citizens with NV1/NV2 clearance
- Canberra Location
Adaps has been scouted to source .Net Developer for a Large Federal Department @ Canberra.
- Highly developed application design, development, and implementation skills. This includes a sound understanding of structured application lifecycle management methodologies and application development concepts such as UML, data analysis and modelling, rapid application development, prototyping and agile approaches to solution delivery, web services and object-oriented analysis, design and programming principles.
- Ability to adhere to agreed standards and better practice frameworks for System Development lifecycle management, architecture and design, documentation, project management, and change management.
- Willingness and ability to contribute to continuous improvement of application development, quality assurance, support, and management frameworks for ICT Service Delivery. This includes contributing to maintenance and improvement of the development environment, tools, practices and procedures.
- Experience creating and maintaining web-sites and web-applications that are compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
- Experience creating and maintaining applications that are secure and meet security assessment criteria. Including familiarity with the Australian Government Information Security Manual; experience with secure coding standards e.g. Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to develop strong client relationships and translate business requirements to technology solutions.
How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call (Illa- 03 8506 6527) for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Please share your resume in Word format only.
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