.NET Computer Programmer (College Intern)

Company Name:
Lockheed Martin
Req ID 285408BR
Industry Job Title .NET Computer Programmer (College Intern)
Job Code/Title N906X:College Student Tech (Intern)
Job Description Performs computer programming and maintenance services for Microsoft-based web sites, systems and applications, using the .NET Framework technology, C#, , XML, and SQL Server.
Basic Qualifications -Pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Business Information Technology, or related field
-Experience in coding and maintaining Microsoft-based web sites, web-based systems and applications using the .NET Framework technology, including C# and
-Proficient in Microsoft Visual Studio toolsets
-Proficient in creating and using data residing in SQL Server
-Proficient in creating and using XML messages, and testing message-based systems
-Proficient in supporting multiple leading browsers and versions
Desired skills -Proficiency in developing mobile web-based systems in HTML5 standards, including hand-held devices such as Ipad, Iphone, Blackberry, and Android
-Proficiency in coding and maintaining cloud based systems
-Proficiency in automated regression testing using scripts
-Ability to synthesize system design into coded implementation that acknowledges technical, schedule and cost constraints.
-Ability to document unit testing results, and perform analysis of test results
Security Clearance Public Trust
LMCareers Business Unit ESS0997 IS&GS-CIVIL (S8200)
Business Area Info Systems & Global Sol
Program Federal Trade Commission SNS
Department 7249024:FTC-SNS_OS
Job Class Software Engineering
Job Category Co-op/Summer Intern
City Gaithersburg
State Maryland
Virtual No
Relocation Available No
Work Schedule PART-TIME-less than 40 hrs/wk;
Req Type Part-Time
Direct/Indirect Direct
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EEO Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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