NET Developer

Recruiter
Capita Resourcing
Location
Watford
Salary
£50000 - £60000/annum Bonus, Gym Membership, Pension
Posted
07 Jul 2017
Closes
05 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
NET Developer (Cloud) - Watford - £50k - £60k - C# / .NET / ASP.NET MVC / MongoDB / NoSQL / Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure / RESTful Web Services

My client is a highly successful software vendor based in Watford that specialises in providing innovative cloud based solutions to an array of blue-chip organisations. Due to growth they now require an experienced .NET Developer who has cloud experience to join their core product team.

Key skills:

* C#
* .NET / ASP.NET MVC
* NoSQL / MongoDB
* Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure
* RESTful Web Services
* JavaScript
* HTML5
* CSS3

In return for the right .NET Developer my client is offering a competitive salary (up to £60k), Bonus, 23 Days Holiday, Gym, High Spec Machine, Pension Plan, Free Parking, Coffee, Fruit and Free Drinks

For further information please apply with your CV in MS Word format

Senior .NET Developer (Cloud) - Watford - £45k - £60k - C# / .NET / ASP.NET MVC / MongoDB / NoSQL / Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure / RESTful Web Services

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