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RB Productions dba


dot net


c sharp


sys admin


full time

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\, a web-based recreation registration software provider in VT, is seeking a long-term Microsoft C# ASP.Net programmer/web developer located in Connecticut to support our current programming staff and grow with us. This work-from-home position is full-time after a six month introductory/trial period at part-time and will involve training that is both guided and self-lead. The person filling the role will report to the primary programmer and perform assigned back-end tasks once familiarized with the system. \n\nThis role will assist with the management and synchronization of over 160 databases and matching websites with templated C# code bases. Tasks may include items such as adding fields to an export, locating the source of a glitch, adding a new feature to an area already in play, and brainstorming solutions with the current programming staff. This person may also become the acting primary programmer in the case that the primary is not available. \n\nDuring the trial period, a work week of 20-30 hours is expected at $18-$20 hour. After the trial period, a successful hire would be assessed to see where they fall within the starting salary scale of $37,000 to $42,000. Additional assessments and potential raises would occur annually after this point. As we grow - you grow!

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