Junior Full Stack Developer

  • Kharkiv
  • Lviv
  • C#
  • Microsoft .NET

We are looking for a Junior Full Stack Developer for a project associated with building a web-based enterprise document management and recruiting system, which is used by an IT Swedish corporation.


The system mainly acts as a competence database allowing managers to find the employees fitting for corresponding assignments as well as a tool for recruiters to process career application and to communicate with candidates and partners.

The team is keen on the latest modern technologies both on the frontend and backend: Angular, .NET Core, Google-like search , document generation, etc.  On the other side, the system is already 5 years on production and all the team members participate in all the project activities – development, documentation, meetings with customer, workshops.

The team use the latest modern technologies from the .NET world, such as Angular 8+, .NET Core 3+, Apache SOLR 8+.

Meet your team!
  • Responsibilities

    • Deliver high quality code on the .NET stack (C#, ASP.NET, MVC, MS SQL)
    • Work closely with the project team to finalize requirements
    • Contribute to the technical and software design decisions within the team
    • Collaborate daily with the QA and related teams to ensure the quality of the delivered features
    • Maintain existing web applications
  • Requirements

    • At least 1 year of experience in commercial .NET development
    • Good OOP / OOD skills and good quality of produced code
    • Good understanding of .NET Framework
    • Good knowledge of ASP.NET Web API and MVC, basic principles understanding of ASP.NET Core
    • Good knowledge of relational DB concepts, MS SQL Server
    • Good knowledge of Angular 6 / understanding of AngularJS
    • Experience with ORM frameworks (like NHibernate, etc.)
    • Proven skills in unit test frameworks and tools
    • Good knowledge of CSS/HTML, JavaScript, and jQuery
    • Good problem-solving skills
    • At least Intermediate level of written and spoken English