C# / ASP.Net Web Developer - Junior and Middleweight

England - North West | £20000 - £28000 Annual

  • Category: Digital, E-Commerce, Mobile/App, Project Management, Public Relations/Communications, Social Media, User Experience, Web Development/Technical, Web Trafficking
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Posted: 5 January 2014
  • Reference: 7036968

Job Description

A fast growing company based in Bury St. Edmunds are seeking to recruit talented web developers to join their growing Digital team.

Two positions are available:

- Junior web developer: Suitable for a recent graduate.
- Web developer: Suitable for a more experienced developer with commercial experience.

You'll be working on a mixture of cutting edge projects, several of which are for high profile end-clients. Solutions range from responsive CMS websites for desktop and mobile, to bespoke applications and mobile apps.

In this role your main tasks will be to develop back-end code in C#, design and code SQL databases, whilst also assisting with front-end page build.

Key skills required:

- Understanding of ASP.net web development and .net application development in C#
- Understanding of SQL server and SQL syntax
- Page build using HTML and CSS
- Knowledge of AJAX, JQuery, JavaScript, 3rd party integration
- Ability and willingness to learn and research new languages & technologies and processes
- Motivated, solid team worker and effective time management skills

You will need to have a degree or similar level qualification in Computer Science or related subject.

You'll be joining a company who offer a high paced and challenging environment. Over recent years projects have been completed for high-profile events such as London 2012 Olympics, large clients, as well as many smaller start-ups, mainly technology focused.

Salary: £20K to £28K depending on experience, plus profit related bonus.

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