Graduate .Net Developer

Recruiter
Anderson Scott Solutions
Location
Wolverhampton
Salary
£22000 - £24000/annum
Posted
17 Jun 2017
Closes
16 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Graduate .NET Developer
£22,000 to £24,000, starting salary plus benefits
Wolverhampton

Are you looking for your first .NET Developer role or your current role not right for you?

Are you a Graduate with some Programming experience?

If you have answered YES to the 2 questions above then we need to talk to you today!

This is an excellent opportunity for a Computing Graduate with programming experience looking for their first step into the world of developing. This company, which is in the top 100 companies to work for, is offering the chance to work in one of the best businesses in their industry. They will also be offering full onsite training on a weekly and monthly basis during your first 12 months, whilst continually developing on the job skills. This is fully funded and costs in excess of £10,000.

The growing business is looking for a .NET Developer who will ideally have experience of:
• Microsoft Visual Studio, C#, ASP.Net (WebForms/MVC), WinForms and WCF (Web Services)
• Microsoft Entity Framework and SQL Server
• Javascript, TypeScript, JQuery and AngularJS
• Object Oriented Design and Programming
• Multi-Tier Architecture and MVVM
• TDD, Testing, Mocking and Dependency Injection

This is a junior role, but typically successful candidates will be heavily involved in new projects and more complex customisations within 1-2 years. You could also be earning £35,000 within 3 years with the right determination and ability.

Training will be guided by your mentor using Microsoft provided self-study learning material, testing, onsite classroom training and on the job experience. Microsoft Certifications can be achieved within the relevant areas of functionality.

Qualifications and skills required:
Computing Science / Computing for Business / IT or Business degree with programming experience
1. Software development (any language)
2. Analytical
3. Attention to detail

Start date is the 1st September and you must be available for the first month to complete the initial training sessions.

Hours of work are 37.5 Monday to Friday; 30 to 35 days annual leave plus other benefits including pension, free parking and health care. Working in amazing offices, which include free soft drinks, table tennis, pool table, darts, foosball table, break out lounge and more