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Content Developer

Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Sciences, or related field 5+ years of professional software development experience preferred 2+ years of cloud based product support experience preferred Property & Casualty IT experience preferred. Experience with the Duck Creek preferred. Cloud development experience strongly preferred; Microsoft Azure experience preferred Strong knowledge of software design patterns preferred. Proficient in one of the following languages: C#, Visual Basic.NET, JavaScript, or other mainstream object-oriented languages preferred. Proficiency in the following tools: Dynatrace, Octopus, VSTS, PowerShell scripting Ability to quickly achieve a high level of proficiency in any language or software technology as needed. Knowledge of software lifecycles preferred. Highest degree of honesty and integrity Team player that puts the success of the company ahead of their own personal success Results, action-oriented, with a "whatever it takes" attitude Shows concern for quality in their work and practices continuous improvement Interacts professionally, appropriately and courteously with customers, other outside parties and co-workers Responsibilities: Act as developer to triage and address issues with Duck Creek's applications and carrier Azure environment Participate in the resolution and root-cause analysis of complex defects and/or system failures Applies knowledge of technologies, applications, methodologies, processes and tools to design and develop applications. Properly documents and communicates resolution approach for communication to client Monitors carrier environments using tools such as Dynatrace REQID50674  
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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