• Location: Oxfordshire, England
  • Salary: £30000 - £50000 per annum + 15% Annual Bonus
  • Technology: .NET Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Posted: 10th Dec, 2018
  • Reference: 101218-RD

C# Asp .Net Software Developer £50k Oxfordshire + Bonuses and Benefits - 15% Annual Bonus

C# Asp .Net Software Developer £30k-£50k Oxfordshire + Bonuses and Benefits - 15% Annual Bonus, Private Medical Insurance, Quarterly Bonus Review, Company Shares Bonus

C# Asp .Net software developer to join a dynamic & exciting company using cutting edge tech'. As a C# Asp .Net developer you will be developing durable, and well worked solutions working on multiple projects for the health and social care industry. My client is looking for a .net software developer with a good background in C# who is not afraid to be challenged and enjoys a variety.

This I a great chance to be part of a well versed team and develop on your current skills to make them stronger. You will be granted opportunity to work on exciting new projects using the latest technologies in a collaborative environment allowing you to share ideas and be open to new practises to enhance your current skills and grow.

Essential skills and experiences:

  • Good knowledge of C# ASP .Net
  • Comfortable working in an Agile environment

Nice to have but not essential:

  • Minimum 2:1 degree in relatable subject
  • MVC / Web API experience
  • Some practise on mobile app development

You have a really good chance as a developer to spread your wings and get involved in working on game changing application that makes a difference. My client have an extensive training budget and encourage that their developers are up to speed with the newest technologies. As well as training days and seminars they also have a monthly in office training day where you can pitch new ideas and look to implementing them within the business.

If you would like to put yourself forward for this role I encourage sending your most updated CV to j.agutu@nigelfrank.com ASAP or call me on 02073370815 to avoid disappointment.