Commonwealth Financial Network

  • Junior .NET Support Developer

    Job Locations US-MA-Waltham
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Technology - Development
  • Overview

    We are not your typical financial services firm. For starters, we’re a fast-growing company with 30 percent of our employee head count in technology. We’ve been recognized as a Best Place to Work 38 times (and counting) and Computerworld has ranked us highly nationwide for the past 11 years as one of the best places to work in IT—and for good reason. We think and have fun like a start-up (bocce tournament, annual turkey fry, summer outing, etc.) yet have the financial stability to offer you the best training and technology money can buy. Conveniently located on the commuter rail near the intersection of I-95 and the Mass Pike, we’re accessible from anywhere—and away from the congestion of a downtown commute.


    Discover what it’s like to be psyched to come to work every day! We offer you:


    • Generous bonus and stock option incentive plans
    • Use of our chairman’s vacation properties (Cape Cod, Lake Winnipesaukee, Sunday River, Key Biscayne, Las Vegas, Park City, the Bahamas, and the Dominican Republic) at no cost
    • Fully paid maternity leave (12 weeks) and spousal leave (3 weeks)
    • An opportunity to participate in our Idea Lab, a fun and dynamic program that lets us dedicate time to experimentation
    • A more relaxed, “dress for your day” dress code
    • A free on-site fitness center
    • Ample opportunity to volunteer with and support local charities
    • A VTO (volunteer time off) day to use toward a cause that’s important to you
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • Free breakfast on Fridays
    • A competitive benefits package—and much more

    About the Opportunity

    Do you have a few years of experience writing code and want to take your skills to the next level by becoming a full-fledged developer? If so, then you might be a great fit for the junior .NET support developer opportunity on our Development team.
    This position will allow you to grow and expand your skills by supporting our existing codebase, troubleshooting problems, and working with developers to upgrade our systems. It is the perfect opportunity for someone who has gotten their feet wet writing code and is looking for that next career step. We have had several junior .NET support developers move into full stack developer roles after spending time on our team.
    Our tight-knit Development team builds and maintains a large private website, COMMunity Link®, which helps nearly 1,800 small business owners manage their daily lives. It is built primarily using Microsoft technologies, including .NET and SQL Server. We also have a public-facing site and mobile versions of our tools. Our development approach has always been Agile, using Scrum as the implementation framework.
    Like what you hear? Think you have what it takes? Then let’s talk.


    • Troubleshooting and fixing issues in our web application code
    • Interacting with our Technology HelpDesk to resolve problems and communicate status
    • Participating as a developer on projects as needed
    • Assisting with deployment of builds to production and QA environments


    • 1–2 years of programming experience in ASP.NET (C# or VB.NET)
    • Knowledge of client-side languages or libraries like jQuery, JavaScript, CSS, or related technologies
    • Familiarity with MVC, Angular 2, and TFS, including Release Management, is a plus
    • Some knowledge of SQL/relational databases and reporting tools such as SSRS
    • Positive attitude and ability to provide great customer service
    • Willingness to learn and pitch in to get things done


    Have we piqued your curiosity? Can you see yourself thriving in this career opportunity as well as our Anything but Common® workplace culture? If so—and if your background and experience align with our needs—please do submit your application right away.


    Commonwealth Financial Network® is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to a diverse workforce.


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