C# Software Developer (Net, C#)

Verticality Ltd
£50000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Excellent Ben
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
C# Software Developer (.Net, C#) Salary: Up to £60K Basic + Benefits Package (Private health, pension, 25 days holiday etc) Location: Guildford, Surrey. (Farnborough, Aldershot, Woking, Baskingstoke, Epsom, Fleet, Godalming: all good commutes) Keywords: Software Engineer, Software Developer, C# Developer, .Net Developer, SQL Server, .Net Framework, Webservices, ASP.Net, Fintech, Financial Services Software, Banking Software, Guildford. Experienced C# (.Net) Software Engineer required for established, UK based enterprise level software company who provide a modern software platform to the investment banking & financial services technology sector. Reporting to the technical lead, you will work closely with fellow developers, product owners & the QA team to design, code, build & deliver new functionality to customers. We have a great office environment: Our Guildford office is a pure tech` & engineering office where we are constantly looking at new ways to improve the code base, improve engineering practices & generally code better, smarter & more efficiently. We`d love to hear from you if you have some, or all of the below things & would like to join a dedicated C# / .Net Software Engineering team. Whilst this is mostly a server side C# development role, we have a modern .net / Javascript / AngularJS client side code base too - if you fancy getting involved in this or doing some project work, then that`s encouraged. Or just stick to the back end C# - totally fine. - 3-5 years commercial, post-graduation experience in the .Net Framework; C# (Specific length of experience not massively important - this is just a guide line) Our tech` stack: - C# (ASP.NET, .NET Web API) - SQL Server - JavaScript (ES2015+) - AngularJS Please pop me over your CV, or call in for a chat if this sounds like something you`d like to find out more about.
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