.NET Developer - Fastest-Growing Internet Co Ever - Folkestone

Employer
Noir
Location
Folkestone, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
27 Oct 2020

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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.NET Developer - Fastest-Growing Internet Co Ever - Folkestone

(Tech stack: .NET Developer, .NET Core 3.1, Azure, Angular 9, Multithreading, RESTful, Web API 2, JavaScript, Engineer, .NET Developer, Urgent)

Our client is changing the way merchants and consumers connect with each other worldwide, and the change has barely started. In 2019, they were the fastest-growing internet company ever, and they drove more than £4 billion in revenue to local businesses. As they continue to evolve, their vision is to become the operating system for local commerce by providing an integrated suite of tools and services for local businesses to help them understand their customers better, compete effectively, and increase profits.

To help them on this mission, they are looking for .NET Developer to work on the development of complex Greenfield software applications. .NET Developer applicants should have detailed knowledge of: .NET, ASP.NET MVC, C# and SQL Server. Our client can provide you with training into: .NET Core 3.1, Azure, Angular 9, Solid, DRY, LINQ, multithreading, Microservices, RESTful, Web API 2, JavaScript, HTML5, Agile and SQL Server 2019.

These positions come with an extensive benefits package including bonuses, pension, private medical healthcare, a training budget and 25 days holiday.

Location: Folkestone, Kent / Remote

Salary: £35 - £65k + Bonus + Car + Benefits

To apply for this position please send your CV to Richard Gibson at Noir.

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This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/91001102
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