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— Consistent growth & success, great progression
- Chance to learn Xamarin.
- Work in a vibrant open plan office with a great social team and flat structure type feel.
- Amazing staff retention – average employee has been there for around 10 years.
A software company producing flagship products for all kinds of customers/businesses with construction, engineering, automotive and many more are growing their development team out with an additional one or two C# developers. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to work with a stable, successful and dynamic business in a great location with the opportunity to learn new tech and have a real impact on the development.
What you’ll need
- Some C# skills, ideally you will have worked with it for a year or more.
- Experience with SQL Server.
- Flexibility with languages.
- Ability to work within a team.
- You will understand the importance of clean code.
- WPF experience.
- Xamarin (you will get to learn this).
- Agile experience.
- Desktop and Web experience.
What you’ll be doing
You will be joining a team of 6 developers (including the Tech Director) with the purpose of creating and maintaining new features to their existing Windows, mobile and web product suit. Most of your work will be done coding in C# with SQL, you will be using WPF for rendering UI’s and REST for architecture. As the company are looking to cross platforms across Android and iOS they are introducing Xamarin which means along with other languages and tools you will have time dedicated to learning this. The team are agile so you will need to work to deadlines and be adaptable to the work load.
What you’ll get in return for your talents
As mentioned at the top the company has a brilliant retention rate, so the company clearly make their staff very happy. Included in their salary offer (£24K-£36K) you will have a 5% pension contribution, cycle to work scheme, 22 days rising to 27 with service + bank holidays, Christmas shutdown (not taken out of your leave). They also have a beer/cider/gin fridge, fresh fruit deliveries twice a week, summer & Christmas socials, company nights out, company lunches, a really nice open plan working space, very approachable Directors and a supportive team. The location is also fantastic!
If this sounds like the role for you then send your CV in now or get in touch with George (email@example.com; 01179269530) to discuss further.
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