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Affinitiv is the largest provider of end-to-end, data-driven marketing and software solutions exclusively focused on the automotive customer lifecycle. Backed by 20+ years of automotive and marketing expertise, we pride ourselves on being the go-to experts in the industry. Not only do we work with over 6,500 dealerships and every major manufacturer in the country, we’re well-versed in OEM standards and the intricacies of a dealership or group’s local business.

At Affinitiv, our engineers are full stack developers that build self-service applications for our customers in the automotive dealership industry. We are looking for an engineer with a demonstrated track record of developing and maintaining production services, innovative thinking, and technical excellence. This role will be a mixture of technical design, software development, and testing. We work in a fast-paced, agile environment with small, product-focused delivery teams.

Position Responsibilities

  • Ship high-quality, well-tested, secure, and maintainable code
  • Work individually and collaborate with a global team in an agile development environment
  • Participate in discussions about project architecture and technical feasibility, make decisions, and justify your development approach
  • Experiment with and recommend new technologies that simplify or improve Affinitiv’s stack

Position Requirements

  • 7+ Years of Relevant Experience in Software Development
  • 5+ Years Experience with:
    • C#
    • .NET Framework
    • ASP.NET
    • T-SQL
  • Expertise in .NET Core
  • Hands-On Experience with:
    • RESTful API Design
    • .NET Web API
    • .NET MVC
    • Angular or AngularJS
    • TypeScript
    • LESS/SASS
    • Git
    • Unit-Testing
  • Good To Have:
    • Containerized Application Design (Docker/Kubernetes) 
    • Microservice Design
    • Cloud-Native Development
    • Azure DevOps

 

Work from Here

At Affinitiv, we have the best of both worlds.   Our team members have embraced remote work and our Work from Here program allows for remote working and the utmost flexibility while keeping in person collaborating thriving in a safe work environment.   Our Work from Here approach gives team members a choice to work on campus or remote, leaders can hold in person or virtual team meetings to collaborate and cultivate relationships.

Affinitiv knows you have interests outside of work, which is why we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision and 401K effective day 1 just to name a few.   We also offer generous PTO so you can enjoy off time with family and friends.   

At Affinitiv, we celebrate diversity, equality, and an inclusive environment.

Affinitiv is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are extended to all employees and applicants for employment. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

All aspects of employment are decided on the basis of qualifications, competence, merit, and business needs. Affinitiv is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

 

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