.NET Web Developer – Fully Remote – C#, .NET Core, SQL

About the Position

Software Development
Permanent
Remote
£35,000 - 45,000

Job Role

One of the UK’s most successful sports retailer is looking for an experienced .Net Web Developer to join their growing internal development team to working on a variety of projects including across their development estate.

You will work on a variety of projects including ecommerce websites and business critical applications with future projects including a bespoke EPOS systems for their member network.

Requirements & Experience

Technically they are looking for someone with experience of web development using C#, ASP.Net (MVC / .Net Core) and SQL, The ideal background would be with website and web application experience however they will consider candidates with experience of either with the other aspects being taught through on the job training.

As this role is a remote role, it is necessary to maintain a strong line of communication with other members of the department as well as being proactive, reliable and self sufficient.

The role will also offer flexible hours and good benefits including an annual bonus.


Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Contributory Pension Scheme
Flexitime
Phone
Laptop
Work From Home
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