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C# Front-End Lead / UI Architect - Framingham, MA. $1000 referral reward

Walden Recruiting's Client / Framingham, MA, United States / Posted by Marsh Sutherland on Sep 23, 2009
Walden Recruiting's client is in stealth mode, but their new systems administration product was release in beta to a few select clients and each member of the management team has at least 2 successful IPOs behind them. This company has a world-class executive team and will be successful.

They have an immediate need for the best C# Front-End Enterprise Software Engineer / UI Architect in Boston. You turn their signature application's look and feel into a "loveable" application.

Generous salary and options. Help lead this winning team to IPO success.


10+ years of experience in Microsoft visual technologies.
2+ years working with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
2+ years working with presentation patterns. Particularly Model View/View Model (MVVM).
5+ years experience programming in C#.
5+ years experience with Microsoft .Net framework .
Has architected, designed, and implemented at least two web based interfaces for commercial products.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Has worked in a startup atmosphere.
Microsoft Silverlight experience.
Worked with Blend for graphical animations.
Experience designing and/or implementing web services.
Experience designing and/or implementing middle tier business logic

Candidates must have current work authorization in the US. This client will not sponsor visa candidates. Candidates can be from anywhere in the US.

$1000 referral reward will be paid after the candidate's guarantee period expires.

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