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Mid-Level Developer Wanted!

60k-80k Depending on Experience

Faringdon (Once or Twice a Month Onsite)

My client is currently on the hunt for a Mid-Level Developer within the .NET and React space! You will be part of the development team to help build a web app internally for external clients. They are looking for someone who has worked with teams building well-designed and neat applications which will be inline with the clients requirements.

You will be working within a well-established company and become familiar with the company's technology. You will get the opportunity to learn the company's business logic but also contribute your experience by continuing to build new features and improve existing systems.

Responsibilities

  • You will get to learn about the current architecture, then start contributing to the codebase.
  • Build shared APIs with other teams that can serve many apps and scale independently, putting the focus on the use of such APIs.
  • Build a strong foundation of subject knowledge to help you make decisions and work with the business.

Requirements

  • 3+ years of experience using C# and .NET
  • 3+ years of experience using React

Their office is based in Farringdon and would like the ideal candidate to work onsite either x1-2 a month depending on the business needs. The salary ranges from £60,000-80,000 depending on experience. Excellent benefits including eg. private healthcare, flexible hours, occasional international travel and more!

If this is something you would be interested in learning more about please don't hesitate to get in touch!

Email:

[email protected]

Austin Fraser is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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