Senior .Net Developer

Ref No. EMP458117
Salary £40,000 - £50,000/annum
Location Bournemouth, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required


Role - Senior .Net Developer
Location - Bournemouth (Temporarily Remote and WFH Options)
Start - ASAP
Salary - £40,000 to £50,000


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The Job

Role - Senior .Net Developer
Location - Bournemouth (Temporarily Remote and WFH Options)
Start - ASAP
Salary - £40,000 to £50,000

I am currently working with a large specialist software development company organisation who are looking to add a Senior Developer to their large development team.

The role is remote for the time being. When we do get back to some normality the company will be looking for their teams to onsite 3 days a week and work from home the other 2.

Technologies and principles you will be using include -
Test first development
Scalable systems
High throughput development processes (i.e. CI / CD)

What will your responsibilities be -
Participate in software development activities
Act as a mentor and advisor to junior members of the team
Act as first point of contact with external parties regarding software queries
Ensure that the development process within the team is fit for purpose and being followed

If you are interested in hearing more please apply through the advert and I will be in touch to discuss the role in more detail.

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