Junior .Net Developer – C#, ASP.Net, .Net Core

About the Position

Software Development
Permanent
Ipswich / WFH
£30,000 - 35,000

Job Role

They develop a number of software products and solutions across a number of different business functions including HR, accounts, recruitment, tax, etc. which help them as a wider business deliver a much bigger service to their clients.

The software division of their business is experiencing some fantastic growth at home and overseas and they’re now looking for people with previous experience of working with C#, ASP.Net, SQL to join their team to help deliver their ambitious growth plans.

Requirements & Experience

The role will ideally suit a recent graduate with a year in industry or a developer with around 12 months commercial experience using Microsoft based technologies.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to take the next step in their career and join a company that has been recognised as a Great Place to Work who pride themselves on their staff being their greatest asset.


Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Buy or Sell Holiday
Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Discount Gym Membership
Flexitime
Life Insurance-Death in Service
Parking
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