The base salary for a .Net Developer in Seattle is 63,900 $
Annual salary. Based on 797 observations
Gathers feedback from design and technical staff, business users, and management on Web site development needs. Leads developers creating complex web applications and back-end databases using various programming and scripting languages.
Leads large projects in project planning, architecture, and Web site development.
Mentors some other Senior Developers and any Web Developers and Junior Web Developers.
Creates prototypes and functional specifications for large software projects.
Creates technical methodologies for engineering solutions to complex Web-based development problems.
Leads project meetings and communicates status and issues to stakeholders.
Performs well in technical abilities and soft skills required to lead large software projects.
Must be a leader and example to others in either technical or soft skills.
Meets with Marketing and Sales personnel on specifics of large sized projects and deadlines.
Works on a team to determine new web technologies to utilize, such as browsers, languages, and plug-ins, based on company's needs.
Conceptualizes long-term needs of Web development, and plans and manages related projects.
Makes suggestions on creating Web-based technical standards for specific Web sites and the company as a whole.
Administers Web Servers and Web sites for Internet or Intranet applications.
Assists Marketing with Web statistics and analyzes data to improve Web sites.
Maintains any related databases.
Assists in the monitoring of Web usage for abuse.
Requirements / skills:
Web development administration skills.
Must have led others successfully on multiple projects or been the technical architect of large projects.
Must be able to effectively estimate projects.
Must have functioned as a business analyst and shown good organization and communication skills.
Must possess knowledge of some general programming principles and operating systems.