Junior .NET Developer


We provide Ascension and its subsidiaries low-cost, high-value IT infrastructure and software application services that:

• Support rapid and effective clinical decision making
• Improve efficiency and care transitions
• Foster information sharing across the continuum of care
• Make knowledge and data actionable, leading to improved   patient outcomes

Job Description

Job Summary:

The Junior .NET Developer works with assigned customers/areas to translate business requirements into application/system solutions.


  • Responds to user problems by listening, clarifying and responding within scope of responsibility.
  • Explains new technologies and presents deliverables to customers.
  • Analyzes chain of events and establishes procedures and/or detailed specifications.
  • Troubleshoots most application problems independently.
  • Writes fundamental documentation in a clear, concise manner and according to standards.
  • Shares knowledge effectively within the work team.
  • Responds to user problems, explains new technologies and presents deliverables.
  • Selects an approach or procedure for addressing a work task with general direction and progress reviews by supervisor.
  • Applies basic understanding of the principles of information technology with working knowledge in one or two technology environments.



  • Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent experience.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Management or related field.

Work Experience:

  • Two or more years of experience preferred.
  • Two or more years .Net framework development using Visual Studio and C#.
  • Two more years SQL Server programming using version 2012 or later.
  • One or more years with any of the following: CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, XML, MVC, TFS/GIT.
  • Prior experience developing in Sitecore a plus.
  • Experience working in an Agile development environment.
  • Experience working remotely.

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