Rational is a full service, integrated agency with proven ability to deliver across digital, technical, and ongoing consulting engagements. Each of our business practices are deeply rooted in delivering client success. We see ourselves as partners to our clients, and we invest in each of their business goals, ensuring that our work helps deliver on these goals. Client success is our ultimate metric, and what drives our mindset, skillset, and company culture. We were recently named “Best Places to Work” in the state by the Puget Sound Business Journal.We offer one of the best end-to-end benefits packages in the area. We are a group of fun and creative individuals!
We are currently seeking a Full Stack Developer to join our tech client in Redmond, WA. Our client envisions a cloud-empowered world of endless possibilities. A world where passionate innovators come to collaborate and empower. This team is reinventing the way we all work, play, learn and do business. Bring your vision to their mission!
Candidates at all levels, who are passionate about technology, and are driven by problem solving are being considered for this team. Previous experience with GitHub and a strong desire to be a collaborative team member are required.
Be part of the cloud evolution, join the Rational Interaction family.
-Supporting builds and deployments for the website and related sites
-Provisioning/configuring Azure services in the Azure management portal
-Creating scripts and cmdlets in PowerShell to help automate configuration tasks
-Documenting processes for managing the websites
-Working with internal tools to report health status, live site issues, etc
Desired Skills And Experience
-Developer with strong operations knowledge & experience working with production websites / services
-Familiar with Azure products such as Azure App Service, SQL Database, Storage, ARM, and the Azure management portal
-Strong C# development
-Familiar with products used for builds and continuous integration such as Teamcity, Jenkins, etc.
-Experience with Powershell would be nice, but can be learned on the job