CMS / Sitecore Developer in London · Austin Fraser
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Overview

Sitecore/CMS Developer - Permanent

A Sitecore software house is looking to grow substantially and as a reuslt they're looking for all levels of SiteCore Developers to join in there established team. They have a number of new projects that they are responsible for delivering across world-class digital experiences for blue-chip clients and are driven by quality and attention to detail, making them one of the leading agencies.

You will have a chance to work in a meritocratic culture and will also have the chance to learn and grow within a creative and technically advanced environment.

This role will be based remotley with the need to attend one of my cleints UK based office 1 to 2 days a week after Covid.

Technical Requirements/Responsibilities;

  • Experience with SiteCore 9 (ideally v 8.2 upwards)
  • Diagnose and solve technical issues related to .Net applications, SQL databases, Web API, and other integrated systems.
  • .NET/C#
  • MVC
  • Understanding of modern patterns and practices: unit testing, inversion of control, repository, MVC, continuous integration, etc.
  • Some CMS experience with either, Umbraco, Kentico or Episerver

Nice to have:

  • Helix
  • Azure
  • DevOps exposure
  • Digital Agency experience

There are loads of benefits to this company who are working on a range of exciting projects that will be discussed on upon application.

My client has interview slots available asap, so if you're considering your next move please do reach out.

Apply directly to be considered, or email your CV to Luke - [email protected]

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

Austin Fraser is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.

Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful applicants.