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18th Jun

Software Engineer (C#)

— Ongoing cloud transformation

Location:
Bristol
Type:
Salary:
£30K - £50K
  • Remote working options, even after lockdown.
  • Cloud-native SaaS solutions in the digital care sector. 
  • Rapid progression, exciting growth in a brand-new team. 

I’m helping a HealthTech business who are going through an exciting period of growth with plans to build a brand-new tech team in Bristol over the next 6 months. With thousands of users across the UK already and a range of successful web & desktop-based products, they’re looking for talented people to support them in a huge transformation towards developing cloud-native SaaS & PaaS solutions. There are roles available at various levels hence the wider salary range. 

What skills you’ll need

  • Background in C#.Net, ideally with knowledge of .Net Core.
  • Knowledge of things like WPF, XAML and MVVM architecture. 
  • Experience with cloud development & architecture, preferably in MS Azure environments. 
  • Understanding of SQL databases & data modelling. 
  • Awareness of DevOps principles (CI/CD, IaC, Automation) & Microservice architecture. 
  • Any web development experience would be a nice to have.
  • Agile working expertise.

What you’ll be doing

Joining a brand-new development team with rapid scope for growth, you’ll play an integral part in the architecture and build of new & existing products, focusing on functionality, scalability & usability. The product base involves translating code for mobile, desktop & web applications which are developed for cloud infrastructure; they use Azure services primarily. This role would suit someone more back-end focused who has ambition to move into a full-stack role as they progress. 

What you’ll get in return for your experience

On top of a welcoming culture with constant training & development opportunities, you’ll be entitled to a PluralSight subscription, various discounts & gym memberships through the company. They offer regular salary reviews, annual bonus based on performance, on-site parking & much more. There’s also a really rewarding aspect to this role knowing that the effort you put in will make a real-life difference to citizens around the UK everywhere. 

What's next?

Sound like the role for you? Send your profile to Joe or give us a call to find out more!
 

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