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Role: .NET Developer
Location: Glastonbury, CT
Position: Full time
- Prioritizing enhancement projects with our business partners
- George Melvin and Bonnie Kikkert Analyzing and assessing requirements
- Collaborating with architecture on design
- Creating estimates and delivery assumptions
- Aligning enhancements to scheduled releases
- Planning development testing and implementation
- Attending planning and status meetings on larger projects
- GEO Expansion
- Some of the Claims work for projects like GEO are performed by our ASM team
- Peggy works with the ASM team to get status and provide direction when required
- Reporting status for enhancements and projects as listed in the bullet above Design code testing as required
- Overseeing development efforts of junior team members on the enhancement initiatives
- Technologies include VB6 NET Oracle PL SQL Mainframe
- Net 2 1 Experience
- One to Three Years Net 2 1 Primary 1 Software Developer Experience
- One to Three Years
This is a general description of the Duties, Responsibilities and Qualifications required for this position. Physical, mental, sensory or environmental demands may be referenced in an attempt to communicate the manner in which this position traditionally is performed. Whenever necessary to provide individuals with disabilities an equal employment opportunity, Capgemini will consider reasonable accommodations that might involve varying job requirements and/or changing the way this job is performed, provided that such accommodations do not pose an undue hardship.