NET Developer - C#, MVC - Leading Travel E-Commerce

Talent Point Ltd
United Kingdom
35000.00 - 45000.00 per annum
13 Nov 2017
18 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
One of the longest standing holiday retailers in the UK are looking togrow their current team to build on their ongoing success. They haveacquired a huge 60 million pound investment and have been tasked toupgrade their current systems and give their customers a truly uniquee-commerce experience. Right now the team is small - but this presents a very uniqueopportunity. We are looking for a Junior to Mid-level C# .Net Developerwho wants to work within a team that consists of 3 .NET Developers, 1Designer and one of the Directors. By 2018 they are looking to doubletheir team size at various levels of seniority. We are looking for someone who has a core understanding of .NET, hasbeen coding in C# using MVC and has a desire to learn but also workcollaboratively with the team. This is a great opportunity to get involved with a very interestinge-commerce project but to also gain experience within the travelindustry. They are committed to working within a very collaborative wayto build software. They are looking for someone who want you to growalongside them in achieving this which will include supporting you inall necessary training and skills development. Talent Point are a Hiring Communication business. We have designed anddocumented this vacancy alongside our customer and act as their solesource of applicants. Following a two-stage screening process that willinclude everyone who responds to this advert, we present a shortlist ofthree applicants for interview. Those on our shortlist can expectin-depth, accurate detail regarding the vacancy, a high chance ofsecuring the position, pre-booked interview times to plan around inadvance, no delays and complete transparency. No terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds ofgender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexualorientation. Talent Point Ltd is an equal-opportunity employer and doesnot discriminate against these or any other class protected byapplicable law. - provided by Dice .NET, C#, MVC