.NET Applications Developer, Hammersmith

Harvey Nash
18 May 2017
17 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
We have an outstanding opportunity open for a .NET Applications Developer to join a globally-renowned organisation in Hammersmith that are embarking on a series of value add new projects this year.

You will develop, support and maintain a range of in-house web and on-premises applications, primarily based around C# and SSIS, as well as liaising with business customers, evaluating performance, testing and implementation.

On top of this, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the strategic roadmap of the development team and as such, you should be passionate about technology with a keen interest in the latest/more cutting-edge ways of doing things.

The team are looking to push forward their goal of a more CI / CD based environment, so you will be assisting with the re-architecture of their estate to a SOA.

The main duties in the role of .NET Applications Developer include:

*Plan how to re-architect applications to a more Microservices / service-oriented architecture
*Help to develop and extend a CI / CD and DevOps environment.
*Work closely with the development managers and product managers to define the ALM.
*Assist with ensuring the automated testing is optimised for the Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment processes.
*Manage expectation and scope of work to ensure that realistic deliverables are achieved.
*Proactively participate in developing and maintaining team standards, tools and best practices.

Skill set required:
*C# / .NET 4.0+ (MVC)
*MS SQL Server / t-SQL
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills
*Subject matter enthusiast/passionate about technology

The following skills would be an added bonus:
*TDD and BDD
*Automated testing tools
*CI / CD and DevOps
*SOLID principles
*Behavioural design patterns

The successful .NET Applications Developer will earn a starting salary of between £55,000 and £65,000 plus a competitive company benefits package.

Please submit your CV below and/or call Charlie Webb on .