Voting Systems, Software Engineer, .NET Development (Full Stack)



The Software Engineer is responsible for design, development, and support of software in Hart InterCivic’s election systems products written in C#.NET. The engineer in this role must be experienced and skilled in the full software development life cycle with a concentration on interaction with peripheral devices, Microsoft full-stack and user workflow development. The engineer in this role must work with architects, developers, quality assurance and and product owners.


  • Design, develop, and unit test software across the full .NET application stack
  • Write and execute unit tests
  • Follow strict software development processes and standards
  • Utilization of documented architecture patterns & best practices


  • Two to eight years’ experience as a software developer, majority within the C#/.NET environment
  • Practical experience with C/C++ is useful, especially within the .NET environment.
  • Cross section of practical .NET application development experience with LINQ, Dependency Injection, Regular Expressions, WCF, as well as multi-threading and inter-process communication
  • Knowledge of common design patterns, including Repository Pattern, Unit of Work, Inversion of Control / Dependency Injection, Template Pattern, and Singleton Pattern
  • Real world applied use of Object-Oriented Analysis and Design using UML modeling and SOLID principles
  • Experience with version control systems (SVN preferred), defect tracking systems, and/or Jira
  • Experience working closely with SQA teams
  • Strong quality skills with unit test development
  • Knowledge of ORMs such as NHibernate or Entity Framework
  • Experience with writing modules of interactions with various peripheral devices: printers, scanners, displays, USB devices.
  • Understanding of cryptographic primitives and security basics
  • Experience with communication protocols: TCP/IP, HTTP, Serial
  • Experience with state machine development is highly considered a significant plus
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or equivalent combination of technical education and experience

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