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Trek Bicycle Corporation

.Net Web Services Lead Engineer

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Position Summary:

Trek Bicycles has many interconnected software platforms communicating between various on-premises & cloud data centers and a variety of data sources and formats.  This position reports to the director of software development and provides technical leadership in architecting, developing, enhancing, and maintaining the json web services powering those connections. 
Trek IT believes in crafted software, in end-to-end ownership of products and fast iterations, and provides a flexible work environment, remote work is available but some travel may be required for this position. Our approach to software development is to use the best tool for the job, often taking advantage of the latest technology to solve complex problems. Our platform is based on, but not limited to, the Microsoft .NET technology stack including Microsoft Azure PaaS and IaaS in multiple regions.

The successful .NET Web Service Technical Lead Engineer will:



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Trek Bicycle is a global leader in the design and manufacture of bicycles and related products. Trek believes the bicycle can be a simple solution to many of the world’s most complex problems, and is committed to breaking down the barriers that prevent people from using bicycles more often for transportation, recreation, and inspiration. Our mission is to create products we love and take care of our customers.  We value our team, making sure the best is on the field. We value new ideas from anywhere, inspiring others with our positive energy, dealing with reality to make the tough calls, and getting things done fast- turning ideas into reality.


Come, join us, and help us transform the world, the bike and have a blast while doing it!

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