Senior Umbraco Developer

Capita Resourcing
£40000 - £50000/annum Flexible hours, Pension Scheme
23 Jul 2017
22 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
My client who is based in Reading, Berkshire are urgently seeking a .NET Web Developer to join their ambitious Development team.

There is a positive environment in the office, which has been key in their recent success. The successful developer will be joining an already successful and fast - paced team consisting of 23 individuals, with huge plans for the future.

My client uses a variety of technologies depending on which client they are working with at that time, if you have the following skills then great:

· .NET



· Javascript

· Exposure to CMS driven applications/ sites based on either Umbraco or Sitecore would be advantageous but is not essential. Industry leading training will be provided.

For the right .NET Developer my client is willing to pay a salary of between £40K - £50K depending on experience + benefits, full on-site training if needed, and relaxed environment.

This is an exciting opportunity with a leading Microsoft partner. If you are interested then please send me your full CV via the link below.

Capita IT Resourcing welcome applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation.

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