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MIDCO Software Developer I in Sioux Falls, South Dakota



Maintain, develop, and test Software systems, Web applications and databases within a Microsoft .NET environment.


Execute – Develop, maintain and test software systems (websites, applications and API) with moderate support and guidance.

  • Continuously improve time estimation skills while delivering efficient and reliable code.

  • Participate in software design and requirement gathering process.

  • Write original program code based on defined specifications.

  • Modify program code to correct errors or enhance an existing program’s capacity.

Build Talent – Be eager and proactive to learn and actively seek out opportunities to receive and provide feedback to support individual and team growth and development

  • Leverage the training resources that Midco has to offer.

  • Possess up-to-date knowledge of technological developments in the industry.

Demonstrate business acumen – Have a desire to understand the business and the part our software plays in making it successful.

  • Develop empathetic, user-centric solutions that enable our users to accomplish their work most effectively and efficiently.

  • Using data to design solutions that best meet the needs of the business.

Innovate – Possess up-to-date knowledge of technological developments in the industry and the willingness to learn more.

  • Begin to recognize opportunities to use these technologies and present those ideas to peers and leadership.

  • Make good technical decisions that provide creative solutions to solve business challenges.

Agility – Be open and willing to adapt to changing direction and business priorities to best support the overall needs of our business and customers.

Think strategically – Hone skills to understand the business rules behind the requirements to develop solutions that meet and exceed our business goals and priorities.

Demonstrate courage – Recognize and utilize opportunities to share ideas with peers and leadership on how we can improve and innovate our software solutions.

Collaborate across boundaries – Build relationships with other departments to better understand and empathize with the needs of the business and the challenges that they face.

  • Actively participate in agile development process.

  • Collaborate with other IT teams (Server Admins, Data Engineering and other Development teams) to configure and develop custom applications.

  • Be ready, willing, and able to travel.

  • Adhere to Midco’s privacy guidelines to ensure each customer’s privacy.

  • Maintain regular attendance as required by your position.


  • Provide comprehensive support to achieve resolution to outstanding problems or issues.

  • Compile timely, comprehensive, and accurate documentation and or reports, as requested.

  • Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and as a team member.

  • Communicate effectively and professionally in all forms of communication with internal and external customers

  • Support the mission, vision, and values of Midco.

  • Actively follow Midco policies and procedures.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Associate degree or equivalent experience required. Focus in Information Technology preferred.

  • 1 year programming experience in .NET, C# and/or ASP.NET is preferred.

  • 1 year front-end development experience in HTML5/CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap and/or Angular framework is preferred.

  • General knowledge of Webservices such as RESTAPI, JSON or SOAP.

  • General knowledge of databases, preferably SQL or T-SQL.

  • General knowledge of agile development and scrum processes.


  • The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, or crouch.

  • The noise level in the work environment is moderate.

  • Employees may be required to work in excess of 40 hours per week and other than normal business hours, such as holidays, evenings and weekends as business demands.


Midco has been blazing trails since 1931, bringing innovation to the world of telecommunications and delighting customers with exceptional service. Through ambition, imagination and a genuine commitment to each other, Midco proudly serves more than 385,000 residential and business customers in 342 communities in Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. By 2025, Midco will deploy 10G, the next great leap for broadband – while also expanding its fixed wireless network to rural areas. We’re also dedicated to making our communities better places to live, work and play. Ready to work at Midco? We thought so. Here are a few more reasons why Midco is one of the best places to work:

  • Free and discounted Midco internet / cable

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Support of employee involvement in the communities we serve

  • Employee referral program

  • Wellness programs

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