Remote Senior Software Developer – C#, ASP.NET, .NET Core, SQL, Azure

About the Position

Software Development
permanent
Ipswich / Remote
£40,000 - 50,000

Job Role

They deliver the whole end of end project lifecycle and are developer led so you will ideally have strong communication skills with the ability and confidence to liaise directly with the relevant stakeholders via conference calls. You will be exposed to the full software development lifecycle from capturing requirements through to development, implementation and support.

Requirements & Experience

Technically it’s a Microsoft environment so strong skills with C#, ASP.Net MVC / .NET Core, SQL and HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You should also have a sound understanding of agile techniques and DevOps culture as well as having exposure to cloud based architectures in either Azure or AWS. Previous experience with Microservices architecture, CI / CD pipelines and Unit testing would be advantageous at this stage.

On top of the technical skills, they ‘re looking for strong communicators as you’ll be expected to act as technical liaison to clients and need to interact well with other members on projects. As the role will be predominantly home based, you’ll also need to be proactive, reliable and self-sufficient.


Job Benefits

Contributory Pension Scheme
Flexitime
Parking
Phone-Laptop
Work From Home
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