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Software Engineer

at PayScale in Seattle, WA   —   Jun 28, 2014   |  
Overview
PayScale is seeking a talented, creative and passionate frontend developer to build innovative features and solutions for our business-facing platform.

We are passionate about building user-friendly, software-as-a-service applications. If you enjoy breathing life into UI, love writing code, and seek to solve complex problems, we want you! You will collaborate with talented engineers and program managers to design and implement new features for the company’s core revenue generating product.
Responsibilities
Web Site Development:
You will design, develop and maintain applications on Payscale’s business-facing website
You will work in a small, agile team to develop, schedule and release your work
You will leverage our large scale compensation model and deep data analytics to help customers understand compensation, maximize retention and optimize workforce organization.
Server Development:
You will design and develop new features using C#/ASP.NET/Javascript
You will maintain, enhance and re-engineer existing infrastructure
You will ensure high performance and increase scalability
Experience
Required
:
Strong coding and debugging skills in an object oriented language like C#/Java
Development experience with Web Application Servers: ASP.NET/JSP/Ruby on Rails
SQL and Relational Databases
Good grasp of Web fundamentals
Preferred:
Overall front-end development experience of 2+ years.
Solid background in
HTML/HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery and CSS/CSS3
C#/ASP.NET/IIS
Web Services/WCF
Amazon Web Services
Sense of humor
Education
•Bachelor's degree or higher in Computer Science
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