Senior .NET Developer

40000.00 - 50000.00 GBP Annual + GBP40000 - GBP50000/annum Benefits
30 Jun 2017
28 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Senior .NET Developer
GBP40,000 to GBP50,000 DOE
Holmes Chapel

ShortList Recruitment has an exciting opportunity for a Senior .NET Developer to work for a national brand on a range of enterprise applications.

The Senior .NET Developer role is perfect for an experienced developer who would like to work in a focused development team on an exciting product set.

The company has turnover in excess of GBP1 Billion and is growing at an unprecedented rate - so there is significant opportunity for growth in the role. If you are currently working in a small team environment and fancy working in a large, established commercial environment, then this Senior .NET Developer role could be perfect for you.

Essential technical skills for the Senior .NET Developer:

* Experience of developing for mobile platforms in Android
* Minimum of 5 years of commercial C# ASP.NET experience
* Good OO Analysis and design skills
* Good Agile working experience and the ability to mentor and lead a small team
* Experience of Advanced OO Javascript, AngularJS
* Experience of working with large and complex SQL databases

Experience with TDD/BDD will be a significant plus but is not essential.

The Senior .NET Developer role requires someone with the ability to prioritise their own workload, and manage tasks across a number of high profile projects.

The successful Senior .NET Developer will be mentoring and guiding a number of junior developers. The applications are delivered out to huge international customers so a focus on quality is key.

The Senior .NET Developer role is based near Sandbach and is paying up to GBP50,000 with an impressive list of benefits, including healthcare, pension and a bonus scheme.

ShortList Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

ShortList specialise in the full spectrum of IT positions, from CIO to Helpdesk Analyst, on both a permanent and contract basis