Ikayzo inc., a Hawaii-based boutique software development and interactive design agency, is looking for an experienced .NET data architect for its Honolulu, HI or new St. Louis, MO office. The data architect position requires experience with:
1. C# (5+ years with C#, 10+ years OO dev)
2. Domain modeling and schema design
3. MS SQL Server
4. ETL and SSIS
5. Microsoft Reporting Services (SSRS)
Successful applicants will have a proven track record with non-trivial projects, be comfortable with agile development methodologies, have a solid grounding in software architecture / design patterns and a deep understanding of the .NET platform. We screen candidates with a series of rigorous technical interviews.
If you are interested, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notes: This will initially be a contract position with the possibility of becoming a full time team member after a trial period. Unfortunately we currently cannot sponsor visas. We aren't accepting resumes from recruiters at this time. We are looking for the .NET Data Architect position in St. Louis and Honolulu. Senior Silverlight and WPF positions are also available in New York. We aren't looking for remote developers at this time.
Ikayzo is a boutique interactive design, software development and localization agency. We have a proven track record of designing and building systems ranging from Japanese social networking tools to enterprise financial systems. We develop desktop, web and mobile applications for multiple platforms including iPhone, Android, Flex, Java, Ruby on Rails and .NET.
Ikayzo has worked with Google, IBM, Intel, Sun, Adobe, Oracle, Apache, Red Hat, BEA and SAP on developing technology standards for everything from enterprise software to scientific applications. From New York to Tokyo, our customers range from database leader Oracle to trusted financial institutions like Bank of America. We work with customers of all sizes in a variety of industries including biotechnology, banking, renewable energy, social media / web 2.0 and software.
The Ikayzo Office in Manoa Valley (map)