Junior .NET Developer

  • Location:

    Newton-Le-Willows, Merseyside

  • Sector:

    Software & Web Development, Microsoft Stack

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  • Salary:

    £24000 - £25000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Ross Townsend

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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Junior .NET Developer - Newton-Le-Willows

The Role:

An opportunity has arisen for a Junior .NET Developer to join a team based in Newton-Le-Willows as they continue their expansion of their core web application platforms that are business critical and used by thousands of people every day. You would be working heavily in a full stack .NET role and have the opportunity to pick up work with C#, SQL, Angular, WebAPI, Azure and much more in a role that helps the business keep moving. You would also have direct access to mentorship that would allow you to focus extremely heavily and grow extremely quickly within the role to help you improve as a developer.

What they're looking for:

The role itself is incredibly open to someone for the right opportunity. Whilst they don't require any commercial experience this would be beneficial (placement years, internships etc also considered). The main thing though, is that you have an understanding of the fundamentals of C#, pretty much everything else can be learned.

They're open to anybody who has studied C# in any format, whether this is self taught or in formal education. Due to the nature of the business and support that would be required within the role at first due to the complex nature of the project there would be a requirement for you to be in the office for the first few months. Steps have been taken to ensure this is a COVID safe environment to ensure the safety of all candidates.

If this role is of interest then apply or drop me an email on ross.townsend@oscar-tech.com

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