Developer /C# / NET / SQL Server
As a Developer you?ll be required to understand and interpret technical specifications, and turn them into working code, using a mix of technologies. Ideally, you?ll have solid experience in the full development life cycle, including requirements gathering, systems / business analysis and technical development.
From high-level concepts and designs through to technically efficient code, you?ll be involved every step of the way.
About the Role
? Demonstrate analytical and programming skills across a range of platforms.
? Ability to interpret requirements into working code.
? Develop, test and implement code to the department and industry technical specifications and standards.
? Perform maintenance programming and correction of identified defects.
? Create, document and implement test plans.
? Produce timely documentation and ensure proposed solutions are fit for purpose.
? Work to plans / deadlines provided, escalating issues as appropriate.
? Provide ad-hoc analysis, reports and business support as required.
? Proactively improve existing skills, taking on new technical skills as appropriate, and continuously seek to expand business knowledge.
? Provide out of hours support on a rota basis.
? Ensure that IT and business users are aligned at all times on the project aims and deliverables.
? Ensure issues raised by business users are appropriately evaluated, prioritised and resourced.
? Ensure that communication to the business is professional, clear and appropriate.
? Build and maintain working relationships with key business users.
? Work closely with other systems teams to improve cross-team resolution of issues, where appropriate.
? SDLC. Software Development Lifecycle.
? A proven track record of feature level design, development and testing of architecturally robust and scalable technical solutions.
? Strong problem solving skills with the capability to analyse existing systems for enhancement whilst identifying risks and change impact.
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