Software Engineer

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AutoMon LLC
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AutoMon Software Engineer
AutoMon provides case and data management solutions to City, County and State Probation, Pretrial, Specialty Court and Corrections agencies throughout North America. As one of the largest and most respected developers of innovative industry solutions, AutoMon creates lasting value for our customers by combining deep domain and industry knowledge, today’s most advanced technologies, and first class service. This philosophy continually challenges our team to approach our customer’s evolving needs with new and innovative approaches to software development while constantly striving to develop domain-driven, purpose-built solutions.
Job Details
We are looking for a Software Engineer to join an established and growing Agile Development team. We are embarking on a large state-wide project with one of our existing customers that will allow for building and using some of the new features available in Azure including Azure Data Factory, Data Wearhouse and Functions. Ideally, you would be a full stack developer with heavier experience in SQL.
Job Requirements

• 5+ Years Enterprise Software Development experience
• Hands on experience with C# and .Net
• SQL Server
• Web technologies including Angular, Knockout, Bootstrap, JQuery, CSS, and HTML5
• Experience with Azure
• Proficiency with Visual Studio and GIT source control
• Understanding of Domain Driven Design
• Ability to author and run test cases

Engineering Values
Our Engineering division follows 5 simple values that an ideal candidate will help exemplify:
Domain Driven, Customer Focused
Always Be Learning
Less is More
Proactive over Reactive
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
Reasons to Join

Competitive salary based on experience
Retirement Matching
PTO, Holiday and Sick Leave
Casual Dress code
Flexible work hours

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