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Role - Senior .NET Developer
Remote Work – UK- based people only. You can work remotely with occasional travel to clients or the Manchester or Whiteley locations.
Visa Sponsorship – Not available
You don’t like siloed development.
You like collaborating and being deeply involved in a project, end-to-end, which suits this triple-gold Microsoft Partner just fine because they believe the best developers are well-rounded and adaptable.
They’re at the forefront of utilising technologies like Azure, PaaS, IaC and React in their best-in-class cloud, web, and mobile solutions for many enterprise-level clients.
You’ll work as a Senior .NET Developer for a formidable 20-strong team of developers, working on projects that most .NET Developers can only dream of because of their exceptional relationship with Microsoft.
Clients like Heathrow Airport, P&O Ferries and (url removed), for whom they build business-critical mobile apps.
Or Gridserve, whom they helped build the UK's first electric forecourt. Or Nottingham University, where they shaped their Azure integration strategy.
Your learning and development will be taken seriously, and you’ll have a dedicated person responsible for managing your certifications, like being an Azure Solution Architect.
Salary / Headline Benefits - £50,000-£65,000, Top-of-the-range MacBook Pro, Free Kindle with unlimited books, Personalised induction, training and development programme with paid certifications and industry conferences.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
You’ll be a Senior .NET Developer with a background in developing complex cloud-based .NET / C# applications, and you’ll be comfortable discussing your involvement.
You’ll have high standards for quality work, a natural curiosity for modern tech and a collaborative, humble approach to work.
You’ll also have a mix of experience with Azure, DevOps and CI/CD.
HOW TO APPLY:
Either apply here or search for Simon Monaghan on LinkedIn; contact details are at the top of my profile page.
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