.NET Developer – SAAS Solutions – C#, .NET Core, Azure, React, MySQL

About the Position

Software Development
Colchester / Remote
£40,000 - 45,000

Job Role

The business has been operating for over 20 years and has offices in numerous locations in the UK as well as operations in the US and Poland. Their Colchester office is their dedicated development centre which is home to 20 developers, 3 DevOps Engineers and 5 testers who are responsible for the driving the companies core solutions forward.

They’re a Microsoft focused (C#, .Net Core, Azure) development environment utilising distributed systems, microservices and cloud platforms. They’ve also adopted a containerization model using Docker with Azure DevOps and using React as their chosen JavaScript library.

Requirements & Experience

They will also be looking to you to mentor the more junior members of the team and contribute ideas and suggestions to improve the overall development process and make sure they are utilising the latest technologies in the best possible way.

This is a fantastic prospect for the local market which is offering a competitive salary and benefits as well as some excellent career and personal development opportunities.

Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Contributory Pension Scheme
Health Insurance
Work From Home

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