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NET Developer – Huddersfield - £35-45,000 

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United KingdomHuddersfield, Kirklees, United Kingdom
Information Technology/Other
Salary range:
£35,000.00 - £45,000.00 per Annum
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NET Developer – Huddersfield - £35-45,000 – New Feature Development, Flexible Hours, Remote Work…
Gilbert Meher is currently on the lookout for a talented .NET Development professional to dive into the ongoing projects they have designing and developing new features for their in house product development. The projects involve key level decision making as well as coding in clear and modular OOP .NET code.
The ideal candidate will have both the experience working with in .NET core and relevant peripheral technologies as well as the ambition and desire to contribute to projects and really make a mark on the technical road mapping of the system. Given the greenfield nature of the work there is plenty of opportunity for input from all levels on the design of the solution and the technologies used.
To be considered:
* Demonstrable experience of .NET core
* Demonstrable experience with relevant frameworks
* HTML, CSS, JavaScript
* Linux/Windows OS
* Any knowledge of AWS is desirable but not essential
The company in question is a market leader not only in the solutions that they provide to their clients internationally but also the technology they work on and the environment they create with many perks such as flexible working hours and remote work. They aspire to create a relaxed environment where people can work on forward thinking technology solutions.
This .NET Developer role is attracting a high number of applicants at the moment so be sure to get in contact ASAP to avoid missing out. Please send a CV in confidence for more information.
Keywords: .NET, .NET Developer, Senior Developer, Senior .NET Developer, Mid-level Developer, Mid-level .NET Developer, Greenfield, Huddersfield, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber