.NET Developer - Teesside

Want to work for a successful Teesside-based Software House established 20 years ago that has developed a suite of products used as far as Australia and the USA?

One in which you'll use digital technology to solve real-world business problems?

If so, please read on...

The company

Founded in 2000, they have doubled in size over the past few years and employ around 30 employees - a third of which are 'techies'.

Their clients include leading brands such as Morrisons, Costa, Sodexo, and Pizza Hut amongst others

They continue to win new customers so are looking to grow their tech team here in the North East.

What do they do?

They offer cloud-based supplier management software tailored towards a number of sectors - Food, Healthcare, Retail and Utilities.

They are big on innovation, so continue to build on their existing products - this provides their dev teams with plenty of varied work and projects.

This is a rare opportunity to combine the thrills and spills of a start-up culture, with the security that comes from an established 20-year old business

What will you be doing?

  • Responsible for building and maintaining web applications

  • Continue to develop new functionality on all our existing/new software products

  • Create technical specifications and software development standards and work packages

  • Track and report the status of projects on various teams

Tech stack

Below is a summary of the tech they currently work with. You don’t need to have experience of everything as full training would be provided.

  • C# ASP.NET - looking to migrate to .NET Core

  • MS SQL Server/T-SQL

  • JavaScript

  • CSS / HTML

  • Agile - fully immersed

  • Azure


  • Hybrid working (2-3 days in the office)

  • Flexible hours

  • 25 days holidays + bank holidays

  • Healthcare contributions via Westfield Health

  • Training and development

  • Pension

  • Free Parking

How to apply

Apply via this advert or contact Qasim – qasim@hainton.com / 01642 271428

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