Senior .NET Developer

Job description

For a long-term project in a European Institution in Brussels, you will be responsible for the development of information systems (mainly web based ) using Microsoft's .NET framework and SQL Server or Oracle as RDBMS.

Your challenges:

- Functional analysis and definition of business and user requirements;

- Design and development of applications;

- Design and development of user interfaces, service and component models and their interfaces;

- Implementation of security defined for applications;

- Definition of test strategies, design and test of applications;
- Technical assessment of technologies and/or related products;

- Functional and technical documentation;

- Functional and technical training;

- Support of applications (2nd/3rd tier);

- Incident Management & Problem Management.


    Your assets:

    • A master degree in relevant studies;
    • At least 5 years' experience with development of complex information systems using.Net Framework (v2.0 or higher) ;
    • Strong knowledge of development in , C#, HTML, CSS, ;  

    • Software development methodologies (RUP, Agile, Scrum or equivalent);
    • OO/SOA Design Principles ;
    • SQL and PL/SQL;
    • Ability to participate in multi-lingual meetings, good communication skills;
    • Fluent in English
    • Capability of integration in an international/multicultural environment, rapid self-starting capability and experience in working in team.

    Why join Trasys International?

    In order not to be just another outsourcing provider, we guarantee a personal follow up during your employment at the Institutions. Every consultant has a dedicated Trasys career coach in order to facilitate the communication and career follow-up.

    We regularly organize social events like lunches and after work drinks, to create an occasion for you to meet with other Trasys colleagues and management in a relaxed setting.

    Moreover, we are able to offer a secure employment thanks to our stable contracts with the Institutions since the last 20 years.