Lead Software Developer (.NET) (22104)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform technical analysis for enhancement and maintenance requests
  • Identify the scope of change and the impacted system and provide estimation for the change
  • Define high-level functional requirements after discussion with business users and prepare detailed technical specifications such as low-level design (LLD) and high-level design (HLD) document
  • Work on developing and enhancing the existing applications using tools like Visual Studio, ASP.NET, MVC framework, ASP.NET CORE, SQL Server, NUnit, Entity Framework, ADO.NET, jQuery, IIS, Ajax, HTML 5 and CSS
  • Perform unit testing on the changes implemented on the application to make sure changes are working as expected
  • Use processes, practices, procedures and tools to collaborate with offshore team to effectively plan, coordinate, monitor, version control and execute onsite-offshore projects
  • Act as Subject Matter Expert (SME) and SPOC and provide technical assistance to the offshore team
  • Troubleshoot and identify bugs in existing software, design and release fixes on multiple applications
  • Provide QA support to the testing team by reviewing both manual and automated test cases
  • Fixing the bugs identified as part of QA testing
  • Provide necessary support to business users during UAT phase to validate application changes before moving the changes to production and also perform production deployment


  • Master’s or equivalent in Computer Science/Applications, Information Technology/Systems or Computer/Electronics/Electrical Engineering
  • Minimum 1 year experience as Lead Software Developer (.Net), Software Developer, Software Engineer, Programmer Analyst, Technology Analyst or Technical Lead (Will accept Bachelor’s and 6 years of work experience.)


Must be willing to travel/relocate to anywhere in the US

Orion is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, citizenship status, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Life at Orion North America

Orion offers an immersive, energetic work environment where employees can innovate. We use leading-edge technologies and strategies to reinvent the way every job is done and help improve the way the world works and lives.

Work Environment

As a global digital transformation company, Orion values creating a productive, diverse work environment for employees. We are committed to maintaining a positive work environment where employees value traits that make each one of us different from one another. We all bring a diverse set of perspectives, work and life experiences, and our differences make us more valuable both internally and for our clients.

Growth Potential

We are a global company committed to innovation, you will gain experience across a variety of industries, including financial services, professional services, telecommunications and media, consumer products, automotive, industrial automation, professional sports and entertainment, life sciences, e-commerce and education. You will also have the opportunity to work with global teams during various projects as we are constantly growing.

Learning & Development

Orion offers various education opportunities, including Power BI training with our partner, Microsoft. We also have training programs across Quality Assurance, Software Engineering with languages such as .Net, Java, Python, PHP, and JavaScript, and we offer summer internships in Sales/Marketing.

Employee Benefits

Orion offers a wide range of benefits, and we are committed to a strong work-life balance. Benefits at Orion in the US include:

  • Paid Time off 
  • Family Benefits
  • Medical, Vision & Dental Insurance
  • Competitive Salaries
  • 401K Plan
  • Legal Plan – MetLaw
  • Commuter Plans; and more.

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