Software Developer

£20000 - £25000 per annum
09 Feb 2017
09 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Role: Software Developer

Location: Bristol, Bath

Salary: £20,000 - £25,000 plus benefits

The successful candidates will work within small, supportive development teams. They will be involved in the conception, development and support of bespoke software solutions.
Company Information:
My client is a vibrant and youthful software company, they specialise in developing and supporting key applications for police forces, other public sector bodies and commercial customers. As well as developing bespoke solutions for commercial clients.
My client is accredited as an 'Investor in People' and takes career development seriously. Most senior staff, including directors, began as junior or trainee staff and have developed their careers as the company has grown. The informal nature of the company itself, combined with the importance of the work we do with the emergency services, provides what most staff find to be a well-balanced job. They support developers who wish to enhance their knowledge by gaining MCP status.
Benefits include:

  • Full induction programme
  • Interest-free loan
  • Target related bonus scheme
  • Career development mentoring
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Private medical insurance

Key Skills:

Basic knowledge of programming is highly desirable. Experience with the VB.Net/C# syntax in particular, would be useful but is not essential. The successful candidate will work with technologies including ASP.NET, SQL Server, Oracle, Web services using WCF and jQuery.
Because of the distribution of our client sites, a UK driving licence is desirable.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore if we have not responded to your application within five days please note that on this occasion your application has not been successful

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