C# Developer – C#, JavaScript, TypeScript, T-SQL

About the Position

Software Development
Ipswich / Remote
£35,000 - 45,000

Job Role

The work requires a solid grasp of database structure, multi-threaded services and the ability to develop sophisticated single page applications using vanilla JavaScript.

They work using an Agile, Scrum approach using Jira and Confluence for development control and
Jenkins for automated testing, builds and deployments. Typical stories are 70% Front end, 20% Middle Layer and 10% backend, but some can be heavily middle or back end biased.

Requirements & Experience

The application development tools are used by a second development team to build ERP applications for use by a wide range of clients, while a third team develop integrated CMS and e Commerce websites for these customers.

Role would suit an individual looking for their second / third role in the industry and one which has a passion for working at the front end of applications.

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in a growing and ambitious company which works on the cutting edge of technology.

Job Benefits

Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Enhanced Holiday
Health Insurance
Work From Home

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