Senior .Net Developer - C# / WPF / MVVM / WCF
Senior .Net Developer
C# / WPF / MVVM / WCF
BRAND NEW ROLE WITH A DERBY BASED SOFTWARE HOUSE, WHO HAVE BEEN MARKET LEADERS FOR THEIR NICHE OVER THE LAST 4 DECADES!
- Senior .Net Developer
- C# / WPF / MVVM / WCF
- Based in Derby, easily commutable from anywhere in Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire or Derbyshire
- Salary up to £50,000 dependent on experience
- To find out more information, feel free to call James on;
Based out of Derby, we are a software house who over the last 40 odd years have build an exceptionally talented development team with some of the brightest local talent! We have created a product that has had immense success in it's niche globally! We are now looking to add another senior member to the team to help us drive forward and complete the next phase of our growth plans in 2017.
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WHO ARE WE?
We are a Derby software house with a 10 strong development team. We have had an exceptionally successful 2016 and have huge plans for further growth in 2017!
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
You will utilise your C#, WPF, MVVM, and WCF experience to join our development team as one of our most senior programmers! We are looking for an ambitious individual who wants to develop their skill-set and help elevate our team to the next level.
WE NEED YOU TO HAVE...
IT'S NICE TO HAVE…
- Entity Framework
- Unit Testing
TO BE CONSIDERED...
Please either apply by clicking online or emailing me directly to . For further information please call me on / . I can make myself available outside of normal working hours to suit from 7am until 10pm. If unavailable please leave a message and either myself or one of my colleagues will respond. By applying for this role you give express consent for us to process & submit (subject to required skills) your application to our client in conjunction with this vacancy only. Also feel free to follow me on Twitter @SearchableJim or connect with me on LinkedIn, just search James Roberts in Google! I look forward to hearing from you.