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C# Developer 45k Fully remote

Langley James
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10 Apr 2021

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Full-Stack Developer with experience in the .net space is required to join a globally established company that provides high-quality products and services to the energy sector worldwide. You'll be working with world-class experts in their field, enabling customers to manage their energy more effectively resulting in better customer service and lower cost. You'll be working as part of an agile team concentrating on the development as well as the vast amount of data amongst cloud storage.

The Full-Stack Developer will be required to develop to a very high quality and follow the QMS to ensure your code is compliant with the company standards. You also have the opportunity to work as part of a much wider, multi-skilled team fully focused on project based work, working to tight deadlines.

The Full-Stack Developer will need to be able to work from home effectively and be self-motivated to thrive in that setting. You'll need commercial experience developing across the full stack, both front and back end. You'll require an appreciation for customer-facing applications demonstrating experience in HTML, JavaScript, TypeScript, and it would be beneficial if you had experience with react. JS. You'll need strong experience of .net core technologies using C# Onyx, and a solid understanding of back end technology such as Ms SQL , Azure SQL, cosmos DB, mongo DB and neo4J. This doesn't mean you have to have experience with all of these but be open-minded and willing to learn new backend technologies.

Make no mistake, this is as good as it gets in terms of project quality and wow factor credentials. If you're up to the challenge, apply now without delay.

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