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.Net Developer

  • Location: South East
  • Salary: £45000 - £70000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: IT & Information Security

We are looking for a .Net software developer to join one of the top 50 Media start ups in the UK. This business is dramatically transforming industry through their highly intelligent AI high tech software solution.

They have created a product which was thought to be years away from development, this business has catapulted their tech to the forefront of the media business and has been talked about in multiple reports and seminars across the world. They need to increase their talented team of developers including .Net developers.

With the secure backing from their cooperate software partner they have all the benefits of working for a hugely secure function that's been going for a number of years, whilst enjoying the tech focused quirky atmosphere you get from a start-up.

What your role will entail;

As a .NET Developer you're job will be to work closely with the development manager. You will get the opportunity to work on range of products within the media, TV, Virtual reality and others. You will be working in a growing team whose task is to grow the business pipeline, conduct research and introduce new ideas for the improvement of user interaction.

In order to be considered for this position you will need;

  • 2 + years commercial experience
  • A background coding in .Net
  • Experience working with C#

This is a great opportunity to work in the Media space developing a product beyond its years. With exposure to brand new tech, training from some talented founders and development leaders they need talented and like-minded developers to begin ASAP.

Please apply now for immediate consideration.

Capita IT Resourcing is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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