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C# and Sharepoint Developer - Northampton - up to £40K

  • Location: Northamptonshire
  • Salary: £30000 - £40000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Development
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C# Developer with Sharepoint - Northampton - £40,000

C#, T-SQL, SSRS, SSIS, Sharepoint, TDD, Xamarin)

My client a Leading Financial company in the heart of Northampton are in need of a C# Developer who has strong experience working with Web Applications and Sharepoint to be able to help business critical delivery on a project.

The developer coming into the business will be comfortable taking on an existing project, which is due to be a pivotal part of their revenue generation for the upcoming years.

Skills Needed

  • A competent C# developer using .NET framework, SQL (T-SQL) and WCF
  • Sharepoint Development Experience
  • Webforms, MVC
  • Web service
  • MY SQL (database development, SSRS, SSIS)

Nice to have

  • Xamarin experience
  • Exposure to software development methodologies

Please apply with a most recent up to date CV for immediate consideration as we have interview slots available next week.

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