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.Net Core with Angular 9 Consultant


This is a Full-time position in Houston, TX posted March 5, 2021.

Job Title .Net with Angular 9 Consultant Location Houston, TX Position type Long term Contract Rate DOE This person will be developing new web apps written completely in Angular. ldquoWe are looking for someone, hands on, in Typescript and can learn new JavaScript frameworks quickly. All backend components are in .NET Core, for Web APIrsquos. This person will focus on UI Angular development 70 of the time and 30 of the time on API developmentrdquo. Responsibilities What business problem is this team trying to solve? Due to customersrsquo demands, they are in the process of expanding the RigCloud (Azure) platform as a service offering by developing new applications and services within the platform. This is ldquocommercial grade applicationrdquo where quality is focus. These applications within the platform are streaming live data, from the drilling rigs, onto numerous platforms. What are this personrsquos primary duties? Developing UI components in Angular 9 Developing REST APIrsquos in .NET Core Developing screens and workflows in Angular What does a typical day look like? This role is 90 hands to keyboard coding, building new apps within RigCloud. This team works 45-50 hours a week and some weekends during release time. This is NOT a 9-5 job. Candidates need to know this and be comfortable with this. This person will need to be local to HoustonTexas, as they will be in the office starting day one. After joining, there is some flexibility for remote work (a few days a week) but once COVID is over, this person will be in the office. Requirements What core skills are required? Angular 8+(Client is currently on Angular 9) Developing REST APIrsquos in .NET Core The role is 75 UI development focused, as this is where the inefficiency on this team is. API development is still very important, but candidates should be working on front-end development focused roles for the past 1-2 projects. Why? Technology in the front-endUI space is constantly changing. If someone worked on a UI focused projected a couple years ago, then they already will be out of date on current tools and technologies. What are viable alternatives? If the person is strong in Angular, but maybe working on an older version(Angular 7)- donrsquot count them out. Send and explain why we think they would still be a good fit. Regards, Praveen Sr. Technical Recruiter