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.NET Software Engineer For IM Sports Website (Telecommute)

at IMLeagues in Chapel Hill, N Carolina   —   Mar 22, 2014   |  
Work from anywhere – our entire development team gets to work from the comfort of their home and collaborate via Skype! is seeking a full time developer who is experienced in ASP.NET web development. Strong design skills with an emphasis on usability are definitely a bonus and you should always have an eye towards the latest technologies. Our site has many complex features such as handling signups and scheduling for thousands of players/teams, so you must be able to learn and understand complex functions and add new complex features to the site. Our site is also about fun and sports! So being able to come up with ideas for fun features or improving the look/feel/functionality of something is always strongly encouraged!

This is a unique opportunity to join a small, experienced team and take on a very significant role in the company's development. It is a very fast paced fun environment, but we are competing for market share so you will have high expectations to deliver with a focus on measurable results and site additions. All levels of experience welcome to apply!
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, or equivalent work experience
Extremely strong fundamental understanding of data structures and algorithms
Required skills including ASP.NET, C#, javascript, JQuery, HTML, SQL
Strong web design skill is a plus
Strong collaboration and communication skills, both verbal and written
Ability to be flexible and adaptable in a fast-paced startup environment
Strong desire to learn about new technologies and systems
Understanding intramural sports is a big plus
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