Senior CMS Developer - Lead Projects - Umbraco/Sitecore

Talent Point Ltd
05 Feb 2017
05 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior CMS Developer - Lead Projects - Umbraco/Sitecore

One of the UK's strongest digital agencies, specialising in cutting edge brands, are looking for a talented Senior .Net developer who has experience CMS development using Umbraco or Sitecore to join their ranks working in their cool Co-working space in central London, to take the lead on brand new projects as their clientele has expanded.

They have created a niche for themselves, developing highly complex, large scale, high traffic CMS systems for some really high profile clients like Team GB, Man City FC and other top sporting organisations. We are looking for a strong Senior .Net Developer who loves to work in a social environment and who is looking for the opportunity to build their career quickly. You will be brought in to shadow a Team Lead who is currently running their own projects and once you feel comfortable, be given your own projects to lead. This is very much an organisation that want to hear what you have to say! Not many places can off you the chance to work as a senior and have full ownership of your own projects to get up to a lead level quickly.

You will need:

CMS development experience ideally using Sitecore or Umbraco (or any other CMS tech)
Web development expertise in C#, ASP. Net MVC
A firm working knowledge around SOLID, OO principles
Agile and TDD

This company is based in the heart of London in a really modern co-working space. Nice bar area, coffee shop and artificial garden. There is an office dog!! A CTO who is so laid back and cares a lot about his team. An amazing social atmosphere.

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