A not-for-profit, educational charity, that is one of a few UK qualification awarding bodies, is on the lookout for a Principal .NET Developer that can work remotely.
They help to bridge the gap in skills between learners and employers by providing technical learning and exams.
Established over 100 years ago, they have offices in Newcastle and currently have nearly 1,000 employees in total.
They certificate hundreds of thousands of learners each year and registered 10,000 apprentices last year, so make a huge impact in setting learners up for success.
You'll work in 1 of 5 agile software delivery teams alongside other .net developers, software testers and a scrum master.
Each employee receives a customised development plan to help their career progress.
Your role will entail working on their internal systems with the product team, regulators and internal stakeholders.
Their tech stack is currently C#, .NET Core, SQL Server, Azure Cloud and Typescript - so you'll work across the full stack.
You'll also get personal development time to upskill and complete courses - including Microsoft and Azure Cloud certifications.
Home & Office Working Policy
They're happy for the role to be fully remote, meeting up with the team once a quarter in Newcastle, but you also have the option to work from their office as often as you like.
It's a 37-hour work week with fully flexible hours.
Salary & Benefits
The role is paying between £62k-£71k
25 days annual leave + bank holidays + 3 days off during Xmas
9% employer pension contribution
Remote working and flexible hours
Westfield Health Cash Plan
Life Assurance (4x salary)
Personal development time (2 hours per month min.)
Employee Assistance Programme
How to apply
If you’d like to explore this Principal .NET Developer role further, apply via this ad, email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Hainton office on 01642 271428.
Alternatively, feel free to book in a call in my calendar here: https://calendly.com/qasimhainton/15-minute-chat
Don't worry if your CV isn't up to date, we can sort that out later.