Developer, Senior & Lead C#/Net Developers

Recruiter
Eden Scott
Location
Edinburgh
Salary
£30000 - £50000 per annum + Excellent benefits
Posted
09 Nov 2017
Closes
15 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Software consultancy who provide the very best in bespoke software solutions across a variety of market sectors, are looking to recruit a experienced Developer, Senior & Lead C#/.Net Developers. Their clients demand they stay at the cutting-edge: they design complex business-critical systems, ranging from sophisticated graphical research analysis tools through to back-office settlement platforms. You will have the opportunity to work directly with clients through the full software life-cycle. The work is interesting and challenging and you will be working to a very high standard with some very smart people. In addition to having a strong background in C# / .NET development and experience in enterprise scale web development, you will have: * A relevant degree (involving some computer science) from a reputable university * Has C# or .NET experience and OO design skills (including design patterns) * Has experience developing enterprise scale applications using C# or .NET including automated testing and agile methodology * a team player and self-motivated In addition, candidates with experience of web technologies such as HTML5, or a desire to learn them, would be of interest. Consultancy experience and involvement in an open-source project would also be advantageous. Highly competitive salary and benefits package, including: * Competitive basic salary * Bonus scheme * 25 days holiday per year, growing with length of service up to 30 days * Life assurance * Childcare vouchers * Cycle to Work Scheme * Professional development opportunities In addition, they will offer the following: * Occasional travel to clients in London, New York and Europe * A wide variety of technologies and platforms including web and mobile * The opportunity to work with some of the best developers in the region The role is very hands on and at least 90% of your time will be spent developing software.