.Net Developer

  • Location:

    England, England

  • Sector:

    Microsoft Stack

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  • Salary:

    £40000 - £40001 per annum

  • Contact:

    Colm McElligott

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  • Published:

    11 months ago

  • Expiry date:


The Role

This position is perfect for a mid / senior .Net Web Developer who doesn't want to work in an agency but does want to enjoy the latest tech, interesting projects and benefits and a tight knit team culture. You will be building a bespoke workflow enterprise system as well a larger team projects and individual projects that you will lead for the full software life cycle (FSLC). You will be apart of an Agile team and work within ethical and clean coding standards, communicating with your team to meet deadline. Some experience working on Mac's will be useful but not essential as you get to chose your computer

The Skills

  • C#, .Net
  • WebForms
  • SQL
  • Net
  • JavaScript
  • Excellent communication skills

The Company

This company offer a lovely working environment, with 30 in their IT team, 20 of which being 4 Agile teams of Developers, they have a tight knit working environment, are always having a laugh and working together to get the project over the line and on time if not before. The company really care about work-life-balance so they also give you every Friday afternoon off (!!!!) 34 days holiday, free breakfast every day and free lunch on a Friday! There is also healthcare and a generous pension allowance.

Apply Now!

With team ethos and company benefits like this, this role wont be around for long, so apply today!

.Net Web Developer - Hull - up to £40,000 - C#, WebForms, SQL, JavaScript, ASP.Net - Team Player - Amazing benefits including FREE BREAKFAST EVERY DAY, EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON OFF AND FREE LUNCH ON A FRIDAY!!!

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