Senior Software Developer (C#, .NET, HTML, JavaScript)

Location UK / Belfast

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary £40000 - 50000

Updated 1 week ago

Reference 1363535

 Job Description

Currently looking for skilled C# developers to join an exciting new team within a growing fin tech organisation in Belfast. This is an exciting opportunity to develop and grow within an exciting organisation that puts its colleagues first!

Senior Software Developer (C#, .NET, HTML, JavaScript)

Belfast

 

Currently searching the Belfast market for experienced Senior Software Developers with strong knowledge around C# and .NET technologies, to join a market leading FinTech organisation as they look to continue their growth within their Dynamic Belfast Offices.

 

This culturally dynamic organisation prides themselves on the calibre and skills of their workforce and are currently looking for experienced Developers with C# and .NET experience to join and aid in further developing and leading these teams of highly skilled Developers.

 

This opportunity can offer excellent career development with a constantly growing team, as well as the opportunity to work on some of the most advanced projects within the sector. The company provides an excellent work life balance with monthly events for colleagues and family as well as excellent family benefits.   

 

To be an ideal candidate you will have the following previous experience:

  • Strong experience in C# and .NET Development
  • Experience with either HTML or JavaScript
  • Experience with Design Patterns, OO Design and Refactoring
  • Previous experience in server product development
  • Experience training junior developers/ Leading Teams

 

 

This is an exciting opportunity to work within a dynamic and highly colleague focused organisation, for more information get in touch with me or apply today!

 

Role: Software Engineer (C#, .NET, Design Patterns)

Location: Belfast

Salary: £35,000 – £50,000

Type: Permanent

Agency: Anson McCade

Reference: *AMC*CAR/SEC2018D

Contact: Chris Archibald