- National Money Mart Company
NMM Corporate Head Office JOB POSTING
|| Full time
National Money Mart Company is a subsidiary of the Dollar Financial Group Inc., a publicly traded company (NASDAQ - DLLR) and the largest convenience-based financial services company in the world. Since 1982, we have trained thousands in the art of outstanding customer service while providing financial solutions for millions of Canadians from coast to coast. We are looking for a Programmer to join our team in Victoria. Key roles and responsibilities for this position include analysis, development, and maintenance of a variety of custom software products using C# .Net, as well as, assistance in rewriting legacy Visual Foxpro applications and moving them to the .NET platform. The position reports to the Programmer Supervisor.
Codes, tests, and debugs programs in C# .Net 2010 using WPF and Silverlight as the UI.
Familiarity with Team Foundation Server and writing unit tests.
Develops reports using SQL Server Reporting Services 2008.
Create stored procedures in SQL 2000 and SQL 2008.
Documents procedures used throughout program development and revision.
Assists supervisory staff in developing proposed computer applications.
Prepares test data.
Performs related work as assigned.
Graduation from an accredited college or university.
Minimum 5 years experience in computer programming work.
Experience with data intensive aspects of the Financial Services Industry.
Experience with large-scale complex databases and programs.
Current development experience required: C# .Net 2010 with WPF and Silverlight, (Visual FoxPro would be an asset), writing stored procedures for MS SQL Server 2000/2008.
In-depth knowledge of SQL Server Reporting Services 2008.
Familiarity with Agile and Scrum methodologies.
Nice to have skills: Microsoft Expression, Team Foundation Server, Unit Testing, good written and oral English language skills.
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting "Programmer" in the subject line.
Closing Date: 5/13/2011
Last updated on May 12, 2011