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Willis Towers Watson

Senior Analyst - Technology Support

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Position

Application Developer (Python/.NET)

Location

Thane

Job Summary

Microsoft Full Stack Developer / Software Engineer involved in all stages of development life cycle, through requirements analysis, coding, unit testing, system testing, UAT and warranty-support.

Skills

 

 

·         Proficient in Python with knowledge of Django web framework

·         Experienced in front-end technologies like HTML, JavaScript, CSS and Bootstrap

·         Experience in working with .net technologies

·         Should be able to work with backend technology like MS SQL

·         Familiar with python libraries like Pandas, NumPy

·         Experience in Web/Rest API or WCF is an added advantage

 

 

Must-Have: Python, .NET, SQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Web API/WCF

Good to Have: Power BI, SSRS, SSIS, Azure

Principal Duties/ Responsibilities  

·         Design and development of application solutions incorporating web-based user interfaces, communication layers, calculation engines, data layers and database structures.

 

·         Design and implementation of low-latency, high-availability, and performant applications

 

·         Ensure solutions are built to best practices and patterns for application development and integration.

 

·         Improve user experience by understanding how technology can help the user to successfully complete a task.

 

·         Liaison with subject-matter experts, business analysts, product owners, developers, testers and architects to ensure that the proposed solution is mapped to business outcomes.

 

·         Involvement in the promotion of developed solutions through various environments in adherence with the change control life cycle.

 

·         Peer review of code from development team members and third-party providers, with a focus on maintainability and performance

 

 


Bachelor's degree

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