Tech & Digital

Senior Full Stack (.Net) Developer

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    Microsoft Development

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  • Salary:

    £55000 - £65000 per annum + Private Health Insurance & more

  • Contact:

    Jenny Cade

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Senior .Net Developer - £60-65k - Remote / Reading

Do you want to implement your own ideas? Do you want to make an impact? Do you want to be rewarded for your work?

Work with high-profile clients as part of a medium-sized, multinational company. They are leading the market with their seamless digital solutions, and they want you to join their team at this crucial stage in their growth.

You will receive outstanding benefits including private health insurance for you and your family, alongside ample opportunity for career progression. Moreover, you will work on challenging projects with the latest technologies - all in a relaxed, innovative environment.

Essentially, this company blends their multinational reach with a start-up culture.

As a Senior .Net Developer, you will report directly to the Head of Development, making significant contributions throughout the full project lifecycle - and ultimately to the growth of the business. Your enthusiasm, creativity and independence are highly valued, all whilst driving the best development practices.

What are we looking for?

  • 5+ years of development experience with C# .Net and JavaScript/TypeScript
  • Strong experience with Node and/or React
  • Strong experience with Azure and ARM templates
  • Strong experience with Microservice architecture, OO, and enterprise integration
  • Excellent understanding of BDD, TDD and SOLID
  • A passion for clean code!

You will work on a predominantly remote basis, visiting the Reading office 1x per month minimum. This company is not currently providing sponsorships.

Please apply now if you're interested, or get in touch with Jenny for more information:

j.cade @

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