Sr C# .NET Software Engr - C2C to $100/hr -

Sr C# .NET Software Engr - C2C to $100/hr -

Seeking a Senior Windows C# / .NET Software Engineer. You will be working on a commercial software product that provides access to an industry leading molecular diagnostic instrument to Research and Development users. You will work with a team of engineers to architect, design, and implement software to the highest standards. You will be positioned in an exciting and leading edge Biotechnology field. Your input will impact automated methods used to protect lives and improve patient outcomes across the world.

• Independent, self-starter able to take high-level requirements and produce designs
• Expert level C# / .NET knowledge
• Strong in multi-threaded applications
• Proficient in WPF and WinForms
• Proficient in data access technologies and programming relational databases, ideally knowledgeable in modern application of Entity Framework

• 5 years C# programming experience
• 5 years multi-threaded application implementation
• 3 years database programming experience
• 2 years WPF experience

BS degree or higher in computer related field of study

You must live in So California and work on-site at client in Sorrento Valley full time. This is a stable position available as corp-to-corp contract at a rate of $80 to $100/hr, or, as a W2 employee at a rate of $70 to $80/hr with no benefits. You must be incorporated for the corp-to-corp option.

1) How many years experience do you have with the following
• C# / .NET
• Multi-threaded desktop apps
• WinForms
• Data Access technologies such as NHibernate, Dapper.Net, ADO.NET
• Programming relational databases like SQL, SQLite, MySQL, MariaDB, etc.
• Entity Framework
2) Do you live in San Diego County?
3) If you prefer corp-to-corp, what form of corporation do you have (C, S or LLC)?
4) If you prefer W2, you realize there are only 5 days off/yr and no other benefits with this position, correct?
5) If you prefer W2, you are either a US citizen, Green Card holder or have a valid EAD, correct?