Windows C# WPF/XAML Developer

POSTED: May 2, 2017
BUSINESS: In Touch Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
POSITION TYPE: Full-time (Remote Possible)
START DATE: Immediate Availability


Is your goal in writing software to make a user's life easier?

In Touch is looking for front-end developers with a keen eye for usability to our team. As a "front-end" guy, you will talk with users to understand their workflow, run usability tests to make sure our apps are so easy to use that our documentation can be ignored, and make good looking interfaces that solve the user's problem.

The ideal candidate can quickly mock up a page layout and is creative in identifying and solving issues with usability and interaction. While we don't judge on art alone, a keen eye for design is also a must. The majority of our development is in WPF/XAML, but web expertise is beneficial. You will be supported by back-end developers, but should be able to handle all aspects of client-side development.


  • Must be able to take a set of requirements and use them to lay out a window
  • Experience with WPF or similar framework (Windows Forms / JavaFX / Angular / etc…)
  • >2 years (or equivalent knowledge) with C#


In Touch is changing Long Term Care Pharmacy.

In Touch has one goal in mind: Improving quality of service to our patients.

Simple to describe, but hard to achieve, this goal has led us to pursue automation throughout our packaging operations.  We utilize custom developed software in coordination with commercially available systems to assist in providing our customers the best quality of service.

For more information about In Touch Pharmaceuticals, contact:
Mitch Gaffigan
Phone: +1 (219) 476-3294


Interested candidates, please send cover letter and resume to Marvin Richardson, RPh at:

In Touch Pharmaceuticals is based in Valparaiso, IN. This position is available for remote work. 

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