C# .Net Developer
— Tech-for-Good, NFP, Charities
- Opportunity to work with a number of Tech-For-Good, NFP/Charities.
- Web, mobile, e-learning, digital transformation and more.
- Great culture, progressive company with an ethical focus.
A top digital specialist with offices in Bradford-On-Avon are looking for a mid-weight C# .Net Developer to join their growing team. They’re happy to offer 2/3 days remote working (post-Covid) and the chance to work on a wide range of interesting projects acting as lead on many of them. Sound interesting?
What skills you’ll need
- C#, .NET / .NET Core, MVC / Razor, WCF services, Web API's.
- Worked in an Agile/SCRUM environment.
- MS Workflow.
- Experience in unit testing / TDD would be beneficial.
- Provide excellent customer service.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
Nice to haves
- Cloud technologies
- Android development experience.
What you’ll be doing
They’re looking for a C# .Net Developer who will work across a wide range of projects including charity websites, bespoke mobile apps, e-Learning platforms, helping companies reinvent themselves through digital transformation, as part of a multidisciplinary team (4 developers, 2 designers). They’re looking for someone who can manage their own time and delegate to the wider team whilst producing clean, efficient code based on specifications. As a role model within the team, you’ll be able to coach and support peers across development. You will be following an agile methodology to plan, review and show product development through daily stand-ups, iteration planning, code reviews and show and tells. They’ll expect you to design systems from scratch and work through the end-to-end development lifecycle including integrating various 3rd party API’s. Experience of supporting and working with colleagues in sub-teams as well as estimating and task tracking within a dev Ops / Agile environment is essential. Peer code reviews and work within an agile environment with the wider project delivery team to ensure outcomes are delivered to time and software is developed to the correct quality and standards.
What you’ll get in return for your talents
They’re really looking for someone with a passion for digital technologies and how they are changing the way we live and work. With a competitive salary of up to £40K DOE you can expect a good benefits package, a lovely office space (which you can access now if you’d prefer to be in), access to training and gaining certifications, socials, meet-ups, a focus on lifestyle and balance giving you the opportunity to work a 4 day week instead of 5. You’d be well looked after and be working with some seriously talented dev’s who are openminded and welcoming, with a focus on ethical companies, not-for-profit companies and B Corps.
Like the sound of this one? Send in your CV now to Tareek (01179 269 530 email@example.com).
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