Job ID 334416
If you have C# engineering experience and you're seeking a new role in Reading, we want to hear from you! Think IT is helping a collaborative company recruit a skilled C# Engineer, and the full-time role comes with an attractive salary of up to £70,000 and a compelling benefits package.
As an attentive C# Engineer, you will help the company expand its services by building bespoke solutions that provide valuable insights to stakeholders. There will be a significant focus on working directly with the business to build and shape these solutions. In addition, you will be accountable for providing a quality service or product to customers and stakeholders, using skills and experience built through significant practical experience or training.
In your first few weeks in this C# Engineer role, you can expect to:
Develop scalable solutions for the business in an agile development environment
Build micro apps/services on established development frameworks to further aid the solutions they are rolling out across the work floor
Assist the development of solutions end-to-end and see them through until they reach the end customer
As a vital member of the team and in return for your expertise, inclusive approach and commitment, our client will provide a favourable salary of £60K-£70K and the chance to join a passionate and welcoming team.
To apply for this inclusive and collaborative full-time C# Engineer job in Reading, please get in touch with Think IT today. We'd love to help you get your next role and enable you to fulfil your professional aspirations.
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