C# Developer

£35k - 50k per year
Digital, Development & QA

A .NET Developer is needed for my Insurance client who are based in Wickford, Essex.

C# .NET Developer – Salary between £30,000 – £45,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Key Responsibilities of the Role:

  • Researching, designing, writing and testing new software and enhancements to existing software
  • Improving existing systems by analysing and identifying areas for modification
  • Integrating software products – getting incompatible platforms to work together and creating code to link them
  • Maintaining systems by monitoring, identifying and correcting software defects
  • Investigating new technologies
  • Creating technical specifications, test plans and operational documentation
  • Consulting clients / colleagues concerning the maintenance and performance of software systems and liaising to obtain information and clarify details
  • Constantly updating technical knowledge and skills by attending in-house and / or external courses, reading manuals and investigating new software development tools and applications
  • Undertakes any other related duties as may be reasonably required

Experience they’re looking for:

  • C#
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript / JQuery
  • SQL relational database (MSSQL/Oracle/MySQL) 

Skills that would be great but aren’t essential:

  • Ajax/ Json
  • Rest/ SOAP XML
  • CSS3
  • Angular
  • Bootstrap/ Other JS Frameworks
  • Media queries
  • HTML5
  • MVC/ Razor
  • WCF/ WebAPI/ SignalR
  • JQueryUI

If this sounds like a position that interests you please apply online.

With initial interviews commencing from the 18th February, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Keywords: C# / .NET / Developer / MVC / ASP.NET / .NET Core / WebAPI / HTML / CSS / JavaScript / JQuery / Angular / CI / CD / Agile / TDD / London / Essex


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