System Engineer ( SQL IIS)

Adecco Engineering and Technology is looking for System Engineer in Webster NY.
Join one of the fastest technology companies in US.
The Systems Engineer role (SE) is responsible for working closely with the Software Solution Product Owner, other system engineers, and development teams to define, document, and clarify complexity of technical requirements and system design.
They facilitate the segmentation, definition of detailed software requirements, linkages to User Interface (UI) behavior and design provided by a UI Designer, and inter-dependencies of software components for development planning and execution.
They also work with software development teams to investigate problems identified during Quality Assurance (QA) testing.
We are looking for talented individuals with:
Experience in .
NET, Client-Server architecture constructs and Microsoft based N-Tier architecture.
Experience with SQL and IISExcellent written and communication skillsExcellent work attitude - "Can Do" attitudeExcellent interpersonal skillsWorks effectively with internal teamsAbility to multi-task and put extra effort in to get the job done, if neededAbility to listen, engage and maintain continuous communication with a diverse group of SW developers with a variety of personality typesFamiliar with standard development methodologies (Scrum Agile Development) and global product development (onshore and offshore components)Experience with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)If you are interested in this System engineer inWebster,NY then please click APPLY NOW.
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