• Lieu: Cambridge, England
  • Salaire: £55000 - £65000 per annum
  • Technologie: .NET Jobs
  • Type de contrat: Permanent
  • Date de publication: 11th Jun, 2021
  • Référence: CG.SDND.CAMB.SDOE

As a Senior .NET Developer with this healthcare startup, you'll enjoy interesting and challenging work that has a real sense of purpose and value as the business create software platforms for people to access therapy sessions who have mental health problems. You'll ultimately be creating cutting-edge digital mental health products that anybody from around the world can access!


From your first day you'll be part of a highly collaborative and friendly Scrum team who's goal is to constantly improve and deliver on their platforms to help facilitate the patients using them. You'll also get the chance to enhance their current platforms and be given the freedom to suggest new improvements and ideas.


They're ideally looking for someone with a strong knowledge of the following technologies:



  • .NET Core

  • .NET Core REST API's

  • C#

  • SQL

  • React.js

  • CI/CD

  • Unit Testing

  • Azure Cloud


It would also be a bonus if you have skills or basic knowledge in other technologies such as:



  • CosmosDB

  • AKS

  • Azure Function Apps

  • Azure DevOps Pipelines


Whilst the majority of these skills are great to have, ultimately they're looking for a ambitious individual who strives to improve themselves on a daily basis both in their career and their technical skillset.


So if you like the sound of this role then please reach out to me via the following methods:


Office Line: 0191 300 1800


Email: c.garside1@nigelfrank.com


LinkedIn: 'Chris Garside'


Anything discussed will remain 100% confidential and fully compliant with GDPR




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