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Junior C# Developer

Human Exponent permanent entry english 
2500 - 4500 usd
Headquarters: US

We’re looking for a remote Junior C# Developer. We’re remote-first distributed over the US and Europe. Our customers are mostly startup tech companies - we’re building software to support their talent development efforts.

At Human^ we are looking for a Junior C# Developer - students from university /Bootcamps /self-taught are encouraged to apply! 

Currently we’re helping several cool early stage startups (gaming, security, ecommerce, marketing) find their next great team members that suit their needs and team culture. You take pride in quality, reusable code and you understand that frequently changing requirements and features are part of an early-stage startup’s data work. You’re a self-starter comfortable with uncertainty and structured chaos.

You will:

Collaborate effectively with our technical team (UX/UI Designer + Front-End Developer + Back-End Engineer + CTO) to architect, scope, and build user-facing features for companies and consumers alike.

Ensure efficient and reusable backend systems and abstractions.

Contribute to team productivity, code quality, and tech adoption.


C#, ASP.NET Core


Basic knowledge of “Clean Code”, ”Code Craftsmanship” and “SOLID” 

Communicative English


Nice to have:
Angular / Typescript / RxJS

CI in Azure DevOps 

Azure Resource Management 

Microservices or Serverless in Azure 


Autofac, Automapper 



.NET unit testing



Full-time employment agreement or B2B contract - fully remote

Flexible work hours

Work in an international environment 

Conferences & Trainings

Books reimbursement

Sport package

Private health care

Life insurance

Mobile phone

Scandinavian work style

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