Marcus Donald is currently looking for a C# Software Engineer for a large software company. Their Software Engineers are exposed to cutting edge development and the latest cloud technologies. As a full stack developer, you will be using the latest C# .NET Core for API development alongside Angular on the front-end.
* Initial 12-month contract (rolling) – Outside IR35 - £400-500 per day*
** Hybrid Working – Fully remote 5 days a week**
You will be exposed to the latest Azure technologies like Cosmo DB, Azure SQL, functions, and service bus. These roles would be well suited to individuals who would enjoy working in a collaborative environment, where they will have the opportunity to expand the scope of their role over time.
C# Software Engineer Skills:
- C# .NET Core
- Web API & RESTful APIs
- Microsoft Azure (e.g. Azure functions, service bus, blob storage)
- Scrum Agile or similar Agile engineering process
- TypeScript, CSS, JSON, HTML5
C# Software Engineer Responsibilities:
- Working closely with architects in all aspects of the design and development of solutions.
- Working with Product Owners to understand the scope of requirements and acceptance criteria.
- Following the coding structures and patterns in place within the existing product range.
- Ensuring development work is developed and tested to the required standards before delivering to CI/CD environments.
- Performing PR and conducting reviews to ensure standardisation and quality
- Maintaining and resolving issues
- Collaborating with other members of the team
- Minimising future coding related support issues including bugs.
- Maintaining a team ethic centred on the successful delivery as a team.
They’re using the latest cloud technologies and functionality, which their Engineers use to support their platforms and tackle technical challenges such as introducing new features, technologies and phasing out legacy modules.
If you’re interested in this role, please apply, or contact email@example.com. Looking forward to discussing this opportunity with you further.