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Software Developer

Company: Tony Martin
Job Ref: 1197/TM
Start Date: ASAP
Hours: Full Time
Location: London, England
Working Term: Permanent Position
Salary: £35,000 to £50,000


Software Developer - C# / .Net

Job Market - IT / Insurance

Software Developer - About the role

Having a reputation as market leaders in our field offering a specialist range of industry leading insurance products through a nationwide network of brokers my client are looking for an experienced Software Developer (C#) to join a fast paced and expanding in-house development team.

You will work on projects to develop and enhance the company’s core business systems, delivering new features and improvements in regular release cycles. You will be involved in all stages of development and in every area of our code base, from server business logic and database to workstation front-ends and web applications. You’ll solve interesting and complex technical problems whilst gaining exposure to a range of modern technologies. This role offers fantastic progression and learning opportunities in the finance sector.

You will be joining a friendly, collaborative company with ambitious plans for growth, where you can expect to earn a competitive salary and enjoy a range of company benefits including social events, local gym membership, refreshments and more.

Software Developer - Key requirements

Solid commercial C# experience

Strong .NET GUI and ASP.NET web development

SQL Server, T-SQL

Visual Studio 2015 and above.

Beneficial experience:

XML, WCF, Web Services and EDI

Three-tier client-server systems

Preparing and maintaining technical documentation

Agile software development.

Salary up to £50K plus benefits


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