Hunter Engineering

  • Web Applications Engineer

    Category
    Engineering
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Hunter Engineering Company is a world leader in automotive service equipment, offering state-of-the-art wheel alignment systems, wheel balancers, lift racks and more. Hunter equipment is approved and used by vehicle manufacturers, dealers, and automotive service facilities around the world. Hunter is at the forefront of change, thanks to our remarkable people who bring cutting-edge products and services to life. We are currently seeking a Web Applications Engineer.

    Responsibilities

    PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Design and develop web applications and services that integrate with Hunter's products
    • Interface with other departments to determine and meet project requirements
    • Ideal candidates are self-motivated problem solvers looking to accelerate their career growth as part of a talented and committed team

    Qualifications

    EDUCATION LEVEL REQUIRED:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or related engineering and technical field

    EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

    • 1+ years of development experience in the .NET technology stack (e.g. C#, ASP.NET, .NET Core, Entity Framework)
    • Strong knowledge of .NET design patterns and practices
    • Basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
    • Comfort in developing with Git, coding standards, and code reviews
    • Strong interest in emerging web technologies

    EXPERIENCE PREFERRED:

    • Recent development experience with Microsoft Azure cloud technologies such as Azure web applications, App Services, Blob Storage, Azure Service Fabric, Functions, etc.
    • Experience with CSS preprocessors such as LESS and SASS
    • Experience creating and consuming RESTful services
    • Experience with unit testing
    • Familiarity with Service Oriented Architecture
    • Understanding of asynchronous programming
    • Experience in SQL and basic knowledge of databases

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