.NET Developer

Mid-Level .NET Developer

Ref: 385Friday 25 June 2021

£35k-£45k

Want to create and improve a product that helps people who can't help themselves?

We're recruiting .NET Developers for a company that have created a range of workforce management solutions.

One of which that helps ensure people in social housing get essential services completed ASAP.


Who are they?

A software company that was set up over 21 years ago.

They have a range of SaaS products that are used across the housing sector.

They've grown to 340 staff in 7 locations across the UK and Ireland.

Their product supports over 1,000 organisations including the NHS, Travis Perkins, Allianz and EDF.

Their revenue has doubled in the past 12 months.



Their dev team

Their current set up is 7 Developers
, 3 QA's and 3 BA's.

They're looking to hire two Mid-Level Developers and one Senior Developer.


What will you be doing?

The work will involve improving and maintaining a suite of established and heavily used products, together with the development of new products.

The development team operates in a flexible way and is led with a great deal of leeway with regards to technical execution and improvement of toolsets and process.

Agile set up. Friendly team.


Remote working

This is a 100% remote role. There is no requirement to be in the office whatsoever.

They still do daily stand ups, weekly catch ups, and a monthly call with everyone from the business.


The hours

35 hour working week with core hours of 10-4.


Tech stack

Below is a summary of the tech they currently work with. You don’t need to have experience of everything:

  • C# / .NET / .NET Core
  • AngularJS (they're moving to Angular soon)
  • Azure
  • Xamarin

 

Benefits

  • Health care plan
  • Day off for your birthday
  • 25 days holiday
  • Flexible working hours
  • Training - you can become Microsoft certified


How to apply

Apply via this advert and/or contact Tom – tom@hainton.com
 / 01642 271428

Don’t worry if your CV is up to date. We can sort that out later.