.Net Developer - E-Commerce - Brighton

  • Job Reference: DG-5-4-DevBri6
  • Date Posted: 15 April 2019
  • Recruiter: Stratospherec Ltd
  • Location: Brighton
  • Salary: £45,000 to £55,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package
  • Sector: Web Developer
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Danny Guy
  • Email: danny@stratospherec.com
  • Telephone: 01798 874447

Job Description

A global eCommerce company, with a development office in Brighton are looking to recruit a .Net developer who is keen to move into a Senior Developer role working on modern core eCommerce software applications.

The ideal candidate may be an experienced .Net developer wanting to take on a more senior role or  looking for a new challenge. This Developer will work with an Agile team working on a number of sophisticated e-commerce/retail platforms to help take them to the next level.

You will be developing a variety of applications in C# using .NET Framework and .NET Core, web API and SQL. You will need to manage your time, and your team’s workload to meet project deadlines and incorporate support issues that arise. Respond to production issues and propose solutions to resolve the immediate and any longer term problems liaising with other teams as necessary.

My client are constantly enhancing their Agile process; this opportunity carries the expectation that you will not be just another “cog in the machine” and will voice your opinions in shaping the future of the company. You will liaise directly with stakeholders at very top in a professional but relaxed working environment.

  • C# .Net development experience
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Code Management tools in particular team foundation server.
  • WPF/WinForms or similar
  • REST based Web services
  • OOP Design
  • JIRA
  • Git
  • Continuous integration and deployment

If this role might potentially be of interest, then please get in touch to find out more details about this exciting career opportunity with a leading E-Commerce client growing their development team in 2019.