.NET Developer

Ref No. BHN533608
Salary £26,000 - £47,000/annum
Location Worcester, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open


Networkers has partnered with a Fintech company who build software for the general insurance industry. They are on the lookout for multiple .NET Developers.



The Job

The company have over 500 employees and a fantastic reputation within their sector, they have been established for over 30 years and have offices in Winchester and Worcester.

There are multiple openings for .NET Developers at different levels. They have teams working on new products and also developers focussed on maintaining legacy applications. You decide where you think you would fit best and what you would most enjoy.

There is a fantastic culture when it comes to training and progression. The company will support you with obtaining certifications for example. You also get a huge say in the direction the company takes in terms of technology. They are very flexible with remote working - the office is there but you don't need to go in.

Key responsibilities:

Within this role, the key responsibilities will be carried out using Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft SQL Server, HTML/JavaScript, and other software development technologies.

Undertake assigned software development activities such as:

    • New application development
    • Feature enhancements
    • Maintenance, fault investigation, and resolution
    • Code reviews



  • Experience with .NET framework (there are also opportunities involving .NET Core)
  • Experience working with Microsoft Visual Studio (C# and/or VB.net)
  • Competent in Microsoft SQL Server
  • Competent in XML
  • Competent in HTML/JavaScript
  • Understanding of source control systems
  • Ability to work with legacy code (VB6)
  • MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook) proficiency required

Please click apply or give me a call/email for more information.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK without sponsorship

Keiran Pallot
manages this role


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