.NET Developer x 3 - C# with opps to learn full stack dev. REF 434 test

Location Leeds, United Kingdom
Date Posted July 28, 2017
Category Development
Job Type Full-Time
Salary 25,000 - £40,000

Description

Due to exponential growth in their FS sector and acquisition / set up of multiple companies within the group their are lots of opportunities to learn and progress.



10-20 within Development alone which is split between Web (PHP – Full Stack) and Applications (.NET Visual Studio – mainly C# with a little legacy VB.Net) with a larger and wider IT department, in house.



A nice mixture of projects and ongoing upgrades including some pretty cool multi device and mobile apps development.



Importance of IT teams/The role:



IT underpins the industry sector and company strategy – For all intent and purposes this is a technology FS focused business.



Salary and Benefits: £25,000 - £40,000


25 days holiday per year plus bank holidays



· An extra day off on your birthday


· Free on-site parking


· Pension scheme


· Healthcare cash plan


· Death in service benefit


· Mobile phone / childcare voucher / cycle to work schemes



We are looking for a presentable and highly organised individual, with a keen attention to detail and a methodical approach to their work including a logical approach to problem solving. An effective communicator, able to deal with colleagues and potentially suppliers in a professional and confident manner. Able to adapt to changing conditions and be a quick learner. Must have the ability to prioritise and work to strict deadlines as well as the drive to expand their knowledge as appropriate.



No formal pre-requisites required. Working knowledge and past experience of developing in a .NET language and recent .NET frameworks using Visual Studio is essential. Knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server, WCF, Microsoft Office automation and IIS would be advantageous along with general IT knowledge. BSc Computing/Computer Science and MCTS Visual Basic, .NET Programming and SQL Server or equivalents would be beneficial.