POSITION SUMMARY: We are seeking a junior to mid-level .NET/BizTalk developer with experience in the design and development of medium-scale BizTalk Server 2010 (and newer) solutions. Additionally, the developer will represent and promote BizTalk during the project technology selection process, and troubleshoot BizTalk solutions in a production environment. RESPONSIBILTIES: - Complete all tasks related to technical analysis, design, development and unit testing, quality assurance, system test and implementation of BizTalk 2010 Server applications in accordance with the IT development life cycle - Analyze requirements, design, build and test system components or amendments - Be prepared to carry out business analysis tasks to ensure that the development/change meets user requirements and expectations - Prepare all necessary documentation and processes to enable ongoing support of systems (Software Design Documents) - Always conform to documentation, coding and quality standards as defined - Communicate with internal and external customers, supervisors and management using clear, user-friendly terminology EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Typically requires bachelor‘s degree and two to four years of related experience. Required Qualifications: - Must hold an active Secret clearance - Minimum of 3 years of development experience using BizTalk 2010 and newer - Experience creating message schemas and mapping message transformations - Experience with WCF adapters - Experience with SOAP web services - Experience with Microsoft SQL Server / T-SQL including stored procedure creation - Experience with Internet Information Server (IIS) -“ hosting/configuring web services, application pools, etc. - Experience configuring and installing BizTalk Server and SQL Server - Experience troubleshooting BizTalk Server through Admin Console - Knowledge of Object Oriented design principles and design patterns - Detailed-oriented, problem-solving skills PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.