£30,000 - £40,000 per annum
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A C#.NET Developer is needed for a well known European organisation. The company are market leaders in their industry and are now looking to replace a developer who is retiring. The company have grown from strength to strength winning countless awards in the UK, Spain, France, Germany and Portugal.
The C#.NET Developer will be working on multiple projects including new development on existing systems as well as new Greenfield projects. The C#.NET Developer will be working on both external and internal systems with the team of four Software Developers constantly rotating, working on different systems in order to keep the work fresh.
The company has Development, Business Change, Infrastructure & Support all in house which allows a fantastic collaborative and Agile environment. The C# .NET Developer will have the opportunity to learn new skills and methodologies as they will be working with some of the most skilled and experienced developers in the area.
The company offer excellent benefits including bonus, pension, private healthcare, cycle2work scheme, 2 massive office parties and more!
If you feel you this role is for you, please do not hesitate to apply below or call Harry Selman on 02033974565. If you feel this role could be right for someone you know please forward this advert across to them. We offer a candidate referral bonus!
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