Lead .Net Developer - London - up to £85,000 - .Net, Azure, SQL

Lead .Net Developer - London - up to £85,000 - .Net, Azure, SQL

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Web Development

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  • Salary:

    £50000 - £85000 per annum + benefits

  • Contact:

    Andrew Crawford

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  • Published:

    10 months ago

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Lead .Net Developer - London - up to £85,000 - .Net, .Net Core, Azure, SQL

Are you looking for the opportunity to take the next step in your career as a successful .Net Developer? A fantastic new opportunity has arisen as a Lead .Net Developer in London city centre. This role can offer up to £85,000, and comes with a fantastic range of benefits.

Our client are one of the UK's most successful and growing FinTech companies, working with a wide-variety of well-known clients. They provide their innovative and cutting-edge services to many market leaders, and are looking for an experienced .Net Developer to join their team as a Lead .Net Developer. Our client are growing rapidly and have many exciting new projects upcoming, so this will be the perfect opportunity for you to lead teams in developing projects for these well-known clients.

Successful candidates will need to demonstrate solid experience using .Net Framework, preferably .Net Core 2.0. You will also need to show experience using SQL Server/SQL Azure databases, working in Continuous Delivery cycle, and familiarity with TDD or similar techniques.

This Lead .Net Developer role is a fantastic opportunity to work with the latest technologies, and work on many exciting and innovative projects, for one of the UK's most successful FinTech companies. If you want to take the next step in your career, and think you have the necessary skills, click apply now to send me your CV for an immediate telephone interview.

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