£35000 - £36000
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Do you enjoy using the latest technologies and love to come up with new ideas?
Our client in based in Worcester, are seeking for a talented software developer to join their delightful team on a permanent basis.
The company has recently launched a new unconventional system that provides a platform to challenge leading software providers within their current operational niche market, therefore require the cooperation and talent of a specialist developers to help fulfill their corporate goals.
You will be working together with the IT department to drive the business forward by structuring new systems in the latest technologies. You will be approaching development in a responsive and agile manner, so you and the team can move rapidly to fulfil customer's needs.
As a developer, you will be using the latest technologies and cloud platforms to develop and host software. You will utilize your technical expertise to create innovative system design. You will be working and developing in an agile environment, contributing through daily standups and regular sprint reviews. Moreover, you will be reporting to the Head of IT, and collaborating as well with the other senior developers to gain and share knowledge, combining the best ways forward to deliver exciting new projects.
You will also need to have 3 or more years' experience of developing enterprise level .Net applications.
* Dot Net Core
* Web API,
* Sql Server,
* Visual Studio 2017 or Rider, Git, Confluence, JIRA, Bamboo
* AWS cloud technologies EC2 and RDS.
If you take pride in your work, and aspire to make a difference, please contact us and send us your CV!
To find out more about Computer Futures please visit www.computerfutures.com
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