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.NET Developer - SC Cleared

  • Location: South East
  • Salary: £400 - £450 per day
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: IT & Information Security
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.NET Developer

Must be eligible for SC Clearance

£400 - £450

Reading

6 Months Rolling

*** Only apply if you are eligible for SC Clearance***

To be eligible for SC Clearance you must meet the below criteria:

  • UK / EU citizen or hold an ILR Visa
  • Have been a resident of the UK for the last 5 years
  • No criminal convictions or CCJ's

A rare software development opportunity has arisen to work for one of the largest British owned companies. This department of Capita is currently providing services to the MOD and we require developers to help with a transition project. (Out of IR35 scope)

Due to the increase in demand from our customer, we are needing multiple skilled developers to come in and help with upscaling this product. This project will give an opportunity for the successful candidates to work alongside expert technologists within a dynamic fast paced environment.

The nature of the role will be to develop and work on a large-scale enterprise application. You will be exposed to the full development lifecycle covering all areas. You will be responsible for the design, code and unit testing of the required solution, from the innovative user interface through to the server-side processes.

This is an extremely interesting assignment and due the nature of the contract and the product roadmaps that are currently in R&D, there is potential for longevity.

Technical Stack

  • .NET
  • C#
  • Javascript
  • SQL Server
  • SC Eligible

.NET Developer - Reading - £400 - £450 - 6 months rolling

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

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