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Web Developer (C# ASP.NET MVC SOLID Design Patterns Azure) - £50,000 + 7.5% Pension - London

£50,000 + 7.5% Pension + Benefits - Development
Ref: 628 Date Posted: Monday 08 Jul 2019
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To be considered, please ensure you complete your application on the Computappoint website. 


My client, a well-respected organisation is seeking a Web Developer to join them on a permanent basis in their London based office. You will be joining a team of ambitious and knowledgeable Developers in a fun and ‘non-corporate’ environment with the working hours of 9am – 5pm Monday to Thursday and a 4:30pm early finish on Friday.



As part of the Development team, you will be developing and maintaining my client’s web applications in an Agile environment. You will also be required to take a pro-active approach and make contributions for the on-going improvements of the applications. Currently, my client’s technology stack includes Azure, Octopus Deploy and Umbraco, to name a few.


The following are essential:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ commercial experience in C# and ASP.NET MVC
  • Strong understanding of SOLID Principles and Design Patterns
  • Experience with SQL Server / T-SQL and Stored Procedures
  • Testing frameworks e.g. MSTest, NUnit or an alternative
  • ORM tools e.g. Entity Framework, NHibernate or an alternative
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively with teams
  • Problem solver and a willingness to learn


The following are desirable:

  • Azure Cloud
  • Microservices


Salary: Circa £50,000 + Benefits (including an excellent pension scheme and 25 holidays!)


If you believe you have the right skill-set and attributes for this role, then please apply today! – To be considered, please ensure you complete your application on the Computappoint website. 


Services offered by Computappoint Limited are those of an Employment Business and/or Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Skills: Mid-Level Developer Software Development Programming Web Applications