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Full-stack .Net Software Developer


The Full-stack .NET Web Developer will be working on Questar’s multi-platform code bases. You will be implementing new features, maintaining existing code, and refactoring existing code across the breadth of products used internally and externally at Questar Assessment, Inc.

Questar’s code base primarily includes C#, ASP.Net, MVC, JavaScript (ES5 and ES2015 w/Webpack), HTML5, modern CSS3, RESTful APIs/Services, and Microsoft SQL Server 2016/2017 database code. All code is currently under source control through Git repositories.

As such, you will be responsible for and assist with code architecture and delivery, SQL queries, and supporting our platform across MacOS/Windows/Linux desktops, Chromebooks, and iOS tablets. Your experience and knowledge will help drive Questar’s student test-taking platform that brings confidence and delight to students and teachers across the United Status.


  • Work collaboratively as a part of the Technology Services team to provide accurate work estimates and complete tasks.
  • Maintain and develop new features to enhance the customer experience. This includes supporting our student test-taking platform to resolve issues on across desktop and mobile devices.
  • Code-review and mentoring other developers.
  • Troubleshooting and production support of client issues.
  • Providing clear and consistent communication around solutions and time estimates to development team members and client-facing Program Management teams.


  • A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university.


  • Experience: 5-7+ years of software development using .NET, C#, HTML5, vanilla JavaScript, modern CSS, and Microsoft T-SQL.
  • Full-stack: experience with Front-End, Middle/Application Tier, and DataBase development.
  • Experience with at least one framework/library such as Vue,js, Polymer, Angular.js, React.js, or Ember.js.
  • Ability to write clean, standardized code that performs optimally under heavy use.
  • Ability to consume and create RESTful APIs and web services.
  • Experience with versioning tools such as Git, SVN, or TFS.
  • Experience with Agile development and familiarity with the Scrum framework.
  • Master’s Degree in a technology field a plus.
  • Knowledge of education standards such as QTI/APIP, SIF, or AIF a plus.


  • Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require sponsorship now or in the future.



  • Must be able to communicate effectively to all members of the organization in person and during remote conferences.
  • Ability to understand the needs of the business and then relay that information to the appropriate business and/or technical resources.
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Clear, effective written communications.
  • Ability to be self-directed and motivated.
  • Team oriented, open, honest and collaborative – non-political approach.
  • Ability to listen and learn from others.
  • Effective analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Write clean, clear, self-documenting code.
  • Ability to test your code and code of your peers.
  • Hard working with “delivery to customer” in mind.


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