AspNet Developer - Aspnet

Sphere Digital Recruitment Ltd
London (Greater)
From £30,000 to £50,000 per annum
13 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Asp.Net Developer -, C# - Marketing agency - £30,000 - £50,000 DOE

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The Company

An award winning marketing business in Central London, with awesome offices and a trophy cabinet fill of prestigious industry awards is looking for .Net Developer to join their tech team. This brand has an exceptional client portfolio and are a really good bunch, by bunch I mean 200 people!

The Role

A .net developer is required to join a super talented of developers working on a wide range of projects. The team are sticklers for coding best practice, and great standards, and have a diverse set of skills, in addition to their core specialisms. To excel in this role, you need to have the following skills and experiences:

·A proven track record in developing Responsive Websites

·Cross browser and cross platform experience

·Strong development experience with ASP.NET, C#, MVC and WebForms

·A really good understanding of Object Orientated Programming

·Excellent UI development skills - HTML5, CSS3 , JavaScript & jQuery


·Experience writing technical documentation

·Good QA understanding

In addition to the above, any developer who has experience or exposure to the following would be really desifred:

·JavaScript frameworks such as bootstrap

·commercial experience with Umbraco in particular, or a desire to want to get involved with it!

·Exposure to different CMSs

·Good API experience


·A brilliant communicator, both written and verbal

·Pro development methodologies and processes

·A great problem solver


If you are interested in applying and hearing more about this role please contact me on:

Rebecca (Bex) Hudson

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We recruit for a variety of opportunities in Digital so feel free to get in touch with us to find out how we can help you. You can learn more about me by looking me up on LinkedIn. Search for Rebecca Hudson.

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