Up to £40,000
ShortList Recruitment have an exciting opportunity for a Software Developer to join an award winning, multinational company who are headquartered in Wrexham. The Software Developer role is perfect for an experienced Software Developer who would like to work in an Agile and experienced development team with cutting edge tools. You will be responsible for translating software requirements into good, clean code and maintain the programs for use in the business.As a Software Developer for this company, you will be responsible for the development of enterprise software systems, maintaining best working practises with the latest technologies, working on all phases of the software development lifecycle with an emphasis on Front End, and delivering high quality software.
The Software Developer would benefit by having a strong desire to develop high-quality, high-value systems using cutting edge technologies. You will have a curious nature and will be generally platform and technology agnostic. As a leader amongst your peers you'll want to make your mark by being innovative and recognising your own strengths and weaknesses.
The essential skills for the Software Developer include:
- C# ASP.NET
- WebForms / MVC
- HTML, CSS
- SQL Server
- Any mobile development experience is beneficial
This is a truly fantastic opportunity that would suit someone who is looking to work for one of the most reputable and well known companies in the North West. The Development team is an established, Agile team that are always interested in technical talent. The company have a structure in place that would offer fantastic career progression opportunities.
The Software Developer position will pay up to £40,000 for the right candidate, as well as a fantastic benefits package.
ShortList Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
ShortList specialise in the full spectrum of IT positions, from CIO to Helpdesk Analyst, on both a permanent and contract basis.
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