Full Stack Developer

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  • Post Date : March 3, 2023
  • Apply Before : April 19, 2023
  • Salary: $5,000,060,000.00 - $60,000.00
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  • Job ID 334284

Job Description

Full Stack Developer
Oxfordshire – Twice a week in the office

This company have been going for 8 years and are now well established in their market of providing a multi-faceted property service and modernising how properties are bought and sold through the use of software. They have been ranked inside the top50 fastest growing privately owned technology company in The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 and are looking to grow the team with a number of hires this year across their IT teams.

The company are looking for an experienced web developer who is familiar with the full software development life cycle using the Microsoft tech stack. You will work within an Agile environment and ideally have experience with Continuous Integration and Deployment techniques. The development team size is currently 3-4 with plans to expand to 6-7.

The offices are based in South Oxfordshire and require office working of twice a week.

The technical skills and experience required.

Minimum of 2 years’ experience across the Microsoft tech stack.
Backend Skills: C#, .Net Framework, ASP.NET, MVC, WebAPIs, Visual Studio, SQL.
Front End Skills: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, jQuery.
Desirable Skills: .Net Core, React, Azure functions, Git, CI/CD, Postman (part of tech stack but not essential).
Great communication and ability to work as part of a collaborative team.
Keen desire to pick up new skills and support the evolvement of their tech stack.
As mentioned, the salary for this role is between £50,000-£60,000 and includes 24 holiday days excluding b/holidays, Pension and Perk scheme.

If this opportunity is of interest, then please apply and I can give you a call.

Tim Stock – (url removed)
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