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Junior C# Software Developer in Cambridge
 
Title: Junior C# Software Developer in Cambridge
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £25,000.00 - £35,000.00
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C# Software Developer in Cambridge

C# .net developer needed for an organisation in Cambridge with a worldwide reputation.

This is an opportunity to join a team building and supporting monitoring software applications, these applications have a wide-reaching appeal and help keep the internet a safer place.

All systems have been recently migrated to Microsoft Azure Cloud and the future roadmap looks very promising. As a result they need a Junior C# .net to play a role within the team. The ideal person will be comfortable working with C# .net and ideally some of the following SQL, HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP. Ideally a couple of years experience.

Computer Science Degree not necessary, but will need some formal qualification with technology or coding.

Essential: C#. net, Database.

Desired: SQL, HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP.

This will suit a developer looking to gain more responsibility for coding. Salary on offer will be £25-35k plus additional benefits on top.

Apply now you – either email me your CV or let us talk about it. All applications in confidence. Your CV will not be sent anywhere until you have authorised us.

Amazing Prospects Ltd, a trusted Cambridge Technology recruiter and career partner.

C# Software Developer in Cambridge.
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