|Job Title||Junior .NET Developer|
|Job Published||about 6 years ago|
|Contact Name||Neil Ray|
Our client is one of the most innovative consultancy and technology firms in the UK. Based in London, with top-tier clients across a range of industries.
Overview of the role:
They have opportunities to join their development teams at a junior level, contributing to the continued success of our technical solutions and products in custom developed solutions. There will be opportunities to work at all stages of the development cycle including design, implementation and testing as well as providing feedback to evolve our development processes.
The number one requirement is for people with a passion and enthusiasm for technology as this is the foundation of their business. Strong communication skills are required to maintain professional relationships with our clients and also communicate technical and complex problems to other employees. You should be able to learn new skills and must be able to understand the client's business objectives. You'll also have the chance to work with cutting edge technologies including Microsoft Beta's and will be given time to research and assess new technologies such as .NET Framework 4, Office 14, Windows 7, SQL Server 11, Cloud Services and Silverlight.
Primary technical skills include
All developers are encouraged to become Microsoft certified and ample training will be provided.
You are required to have at least 1 years’ experience within a .Net environment and a familiarity with an agile development methodology is desirable but not necessary. You are required to have achieved a strong degree (2:1 or above) from a leading university in computer science or related field and in addition, an ‘A’ grade at Maths or Computing Science is highly desirable. Our client will provide you with the skills you require to progress in your career, whether that is the technical skills required to work in some of the most demanding environments, the personal skills needed to lead or extensive business knowledge.