.NET Developer - Leading E-Book Firm - Haverhill

.NET Developer - Leading E-Book Firm - Haverhill (Tech stack: .NET Developer, .NET Core 3.1, C#, ASP.NET, C#, VBA, React, Angular 9, Microservices, Vue.js, TypeScript, Azure, Web API 2, Agile, SQL Server 2019, Engineer, .NET Developer, Urgent) Our client are a leading e-book firm who are on a mission to build the best reading experience, one that is both communal and personal, anytime, anywhere. Having recently opened their uber-chic offices in Haverhill, Suffolk they are looking to hire .NET Developer at all levels to work on the development of a product that makes a meaningful, lasting difference in people's lives. We are seeking .NET Developer candidates who are passionate about software development and all things tech. You should have a good grasp of: .NET, ASP.NET MVC, C#, VBA and SQL Server. Our client can provide you with industry recognized training in: .NET Core 3.1, JavaScript, React, Angular 9, Microservices, MongoDB, Vue.js, TypeScript, Azure, AWS, Web API 2, Entity Framework, Node.js, Elasticsearch, Agile, TDD, BDD, Scrum, Kanban and SQL Server 2019. This is a great opportunity to work alongside smart, driven people who will inspire you every day. You will have the opportunity to form relationships with their investors, advisors and mentors - and the broader tech community. These experiences will provide you with the abilities necessary to grow with the firm, or one day start your own company Their benefits include: a company bonus, pension, healthcare, flexible holiday policy (they don't count days), a well-stocked kitchen (with fresh fruit, snacks and drinks) and regular company outings: team dinners, trips to museums and galleries. They also run monthly book club lunches and discussions. Location: Haverhill, Suffolk / Remote Salary: £30 - £45k Bonus Car Benefits To apply for this position please send your CV to Henry Morgan at Dawson & Walsh. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/91132133

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