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C# Developer (Web Apps)
Title: C# Developer (Web Apps)
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £25,000.00 - £35,000.00
Salary per: annum
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C# Developer £25k - £35k plus excellent bens inc Company Share Ownership -based Luton / Dunstable - This market leading software house develop and market an advanced range of Management software used by Local Authorities and Utilities and has an enviable record for delivering quality solutions.

Our client is experiencing tremendous growth and is seeking to recruit an experienced C# Developer to join an existing team of developers where you will be involved in developing new functionality on C# Web based applications.

Working in a team environment the C# Developer be given the opportunity to influence processes, prototype new technologies and produce technical specification documents.


• 12months+ commercial development experience of C#, ASP.Net

• Visual Studio

• Web App technologies

• Full development life cycle

• Any experience of SQL Server, Oracle, TFS, MS Entity Framework, and Agile/Waterfall would be of advantage.

Our client will consider applications for junior up to senior developers.

Excellent opportunity to join a thriving and expanding company. You must live within reasonable commuting distance of Luton/Dunstable or be prepared to relocate. Salary £25,000 to £35,000 dependant on experience plus company share ownership scheme and excellent benefits.

£25,000 to £35,000 + benefits inc pension & share option scheme
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