Do you want to be a .NET Developer in an organisation that truly makes a difference? Do you want to get involved in projects based on virtual reality?
Then I have just the role for you! Come and be a .NET Developer in an environment that can offer all of the exciting projects you've ever dreamed of!
Working for a charitable organisation based in West London, your work as a .NET Developer has the potential to save lives on a daily basis!
Think that charitable organisations are boring? Think again! Roadmaps are in place that will see you work on projects focussed around AR and virtual reality, meaning you'll be at the forefront of latest technologies!
Of course, you're a .NET Developer that has a history of working on enterprise level applications, and you have a natural curiosity around latest technologies! You'll have worked on CMS applications previously (be it Umbraco, Kentico, Sitecore etc) as you'll be working on their new complex Umbraco solution.
You will be working on greenfield projects from day one FACT. You will be offered progression to match your ambition FACT. You will be involved in architectural discussions FACT!
Doing genuine good in the world, greenfield projects, virtual reality what's not to like! This is not one you can afford to miss out on, so hit apply now!
Talent Point is a Hiring Communications business, working as sole hiring partners with our customer. We've ripped up the rules and torn apart the job spec to give you total clarity and visibility, painting a vivid picture (approved twice, both at Line and C-level) of the way this company lives, breathes and behaves, and how your role will look over years not months. We present only three applicants for every vacancy so, where we do represent you, you have a very high chance of securing a role with pre-booked interview times to plan around, in-depth vacancy details and no delays. Are you ready to seriously invest in your progression? Let's design your future.
Talent Point is an equal opportunities employer and no terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation or any other class protected by applicable law.