Full Stack .NET Developer - Newcastle

Senior .NET Developer

Ref: 483Thursday 31 March 2022

+ 2 days WFH per week

Want to work with the latest .NET and JavaScript web technologies and get your certifications fully paid whilst doing so?

A North-East based Digital Transformation company are hiring for a Full Stack .NET Developer to work on multiple projects of theirs

They offer a whole host of digital services covering:

  • Cloud Computing - Architecture, Integration, Security, Managed Services

  • Software Engineering - System Design, Web & App Development, QA

  • Data Engineering - Analysis, Modelling, B.I. and Machine Learning


The company

This company are a digital consultancy who work with both public and private sector clients such as Hitachi, Newcastle United and Northumbrian Water to name a few.

This position is now available due to the expansion of the team which is currently at 36 employees, with 17 Developers within it.

Responsibilities

You'll be producing bespoke software using C#, SQL, .NET Core, HTML, CSS, Azure Functions and modern JavaScript frameworks. 

You'll want to learn new languages and new technologies to grow your career.

An extra bonus would be knowledge of design principles and the ability to translate these into fluid and responsive templates.

Working hours / Hybrid working

37.5 hour work week, with flexibility in start and finish times.

It will be a mix between the office and working from home, with an expectation of three days per week in the office.

Benefits

25 days annual holiday + 8 bank holidays

Discount parking options

Clear career progression

Additional training throughout your career as this organisation are in partnership with Umbraco

Desirable

  • Experience working with version control systems such as GIT.
  • Some experience in AJAX techniques
  • Knowledge of HTML email best practice


How to apply

If you think the above looks of interest, please apply via this advert and/or send a copy of your CV to qasim@hainton.com

Don’t worry if your CV isn’t up to date, we can sort that out later.