Full Stack Developer

Ref No. BHN523326
Location Stoke-on-Trent, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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We are looking for a Full Stack C# .Net Developer to join the team, to provide high quality software within the retail industry


Full Stack, C#, .Net, WPF, API, SQL

The Job

About The Role

If you are looking for a collaborative environment, where the team is empowered to innovate and continually improve- then this is for you!!

This Full Stack Developer position is well suited to an individual that is looking to advance their career in software development and gain hands-on experience in a thriving and supportive team, working on exciting projects with exciting brands. Therefore, a commitment to problem solving, sophisticated design, and quality products is important.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Continue development to the functionality of existing solutions
  • Develop integrations with 3rd party solutions via API's and SDK's
  • Design modern user interfaces
  • Work closely with the Team Lead and other wider teams of developers across the company
  • Optimisation of SQL queries
  • Extending existing WPF functionality

Skills & Experience:

  • Experience of C# and .Net technologies
  • A good understanding of MS SQL
  • Proven experience as a Full Stack Developer or similar role
  • Experience of ecommerce platforms (Shopify/WooCommerce/Magento) is desirable
  • Experience with rest API's and integrations
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills
  • Great attention to detail
  • An analytical mind
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