Digital Channel .NET Developer in Raleigh, NC at First Horizon National Corporation

Date Posted: 11/25/2019

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Job Description

Requires a Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, MIS, or a related field and 10 years of experience working with relational databases (SQL Server, UDB, Oracle or any popular database engine). Requires 10 years of experience: in verification and validation; with Microsoft .NET; with C#; with HTML, AJAX, SQL Queries and Stored Procedures; with source control and change control practices including a propensity to adhere to the established standards; with web applications deployed in complex, multi-tiered environments; with object oriented analysis and design; and with the web technology. Requires 9 years of experience in reviewing application design and ensuring conformance to company specific enterprise architecture. Requires 6 years of experience with synchronous web services and asynchronous messaging such as MQ. Also requires 5 years of experience: leading technical design sessions; interacting and coordinating with vendors; with Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Setup and Configuration with tools like Dynatrace; with CDN tools like Akamai, Google; and with build automation and deployment tools. Requires 2 years of experience with Sitecore CMS. Must be a Sitecore Certified Developer.

LOCATION: 333 Fayetteville St., Suite 400, Raleigh, NC 27601

CONTACT: To apply, send resume to: askrecruiting@firsthorizon.com. Subject line must include HR-Job #19-0748.

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