Senior Applications Developer/ £55,000-£65,000/ London

Colston Consulting
United Kingdom
£55000 - £65000 per annum
04 Oct 2017
07 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior Applications Developer/ £55,000-£60,000/London

Commutable locations: Fulham, Brixton, Kingston upon Thames, Westminster

Key Skills: C#, ASP.NET, MVC, JavaScript, SQL

Company profile:

My client are one of the world most reputable firms in design based in South London actively looking for an experienced Senior Application Developer to join an Agile team who have been successfully providing in house applications for 15 years.

Main Responsibilities:
  • To assist with the creation and maintenance of the information systems team’s in-house developed web and windows applications according to a pre-determined brief.
  • Work with Technical Lead and our stakeholders to define these application specifications and agree on the appropriate development platform.
  • Assist the Head of Information Systems / Technical Lead as necessary in defining methods of integrating the various disparate applications, some 3rd party, some home grown.
  • Document applications for technical staff and end-users.
  • Advise on new programming techniques and trends.
  • Ensure team member are maintaining required coding standards.

Key Skills:

Expert knowledge of the following:
  • C#, ASP.Net, MVC, Web Api 2 using Visual Studio
  • Software best practice, design pattern, TDD (Test Driven Development)
  • JavaScript, JQuery, CSS and latest JavaScript frameworks
  • MS SQL Server and RDBM – EntityFramework, LINQ to SQL
  • Azure development platform
  • Familiarity with Agile and DevOps development methodologies
  • Web applications and Wen Services running on IIS
  • Source code technology such as Visual Studio Online using Git
  • Mobile development – iOS – Swift Android - Objective C
My client is reviewing C.Vs this week, to be considered or to find out more information please get in touch either by Email or to my direct line.

George Aldridge – 0117 300 6448

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