|Listed on:||26th November|
|Salary Notes:||Competitive + Benefits|
|Contact Name:||Conor Jones|
Consultant, .NET Developer, Software Engineering?
Do you want to put companies back in control of their code? So do we.?
You take the best from open-source applications to create bespoke solutions that are both innovative and agile.?
At Avanade our vision is to be the top tier digital innovator, realizing results for our clients and their customers through the power of people and the Microsoft ecosystem. Avanade Ireland is expanding rapidly with the scope to truly support mission-critical Microsoft solutions for large-scale organisations in the local market.
? About you?
You know how the right software solutions can help businesses do more with less effort. You know code inside out and enjoy putting innovation to work in real applications and getting real results.??
? About the job?
As a Consultant .NET Developer, you focus on designing, developing and testing mission critical enterprise solutions and other custom application development projects. You're as comfortable performing basic support and debugging functions as you are with maintaining existing applications, and you're happy to share your program knowledge to support your colleagues.?
Day to day, you will:?
? Your skills?
You are a talented software developer who loves to talk about technology and share your knowledge with like-minded and non-technical audiences. Your passion for technology is matched with good business sensibility and great interpersonal skills. You probably have at least three years of relevant experience and a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, management information systems or a related field.?
Your knowledge and technical skills include:?
What we offer
As is the nature of working within a global professional services environment, your clients and projects will change over time so the flexibility to travel is a pre-requisite. All our roles are project based so typically will involve working on client site throughout Ireland.