Software Engineer III

Software Engineer III

Job Summary

Proagrica, the Leader in Agriculture Information Management, is seeking a .net/C# Services developer in our Stillwater, Tulsa and Oklahoma City, OK locations.

We look for Developers that can make things happen, regardless of the platform. We build cutting-edge geospatial applications that are capable of managing extremely precise geospatial location information.  We offer a truly unique opportunity to learn about building, testing, and hardening beautiful applications that harness the most robust location data available today.  We assemble small teams with clear purpose and allow them to demonstrate their gifts.  This position will help create beautiful applications for backend services, desktop, and mobile devices. A successful candidate will understand their role in creating services that are functional, secure, and efficient.

Candidate must have the talent to switch contexts and know their way around multiple types of technology with the primary technology being .NET. Must be able to deal with both large concept conversations and minute details.

Skills and Responsibilities

• Responsible for writing web services in a small team

• Must be able to read and understand short requirements documents and comprehend their meaning

• Skills should include a wide range of technological understanding

• Strong knowledge of C#, including .NET 4.x
• Understanding of OOD and OOP
• Knowledge of Visual Studio 2010 or 2012
• Strong familiarity with WCF, and working with Databases
• Experience with Microsoft Azure platform a plus
• Experience with Docker container a plus
• 3+ years’ experience

• B.S. /B.A. or higher Degree in a Technical Field (CS, MIS or similar)

• Prefer experience in an O/RM like Entity Framework or nHibernate


Proagrica offers competitive pay and outstanding benefits including: two weeks paid vacation each year, 401(k) matching, Medical, Vision, Dental, Disability Insurance, -Flex Spending Account and Career Development.

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Posted on

October 14, 2019