Full Stack Developer
Want to work with a modern, forward-thinking business that are one of the leaders in their field in EdTech? Do you have experience working as a full stack developer, building web applications? Strong knowledge of Agile and great communication?
Our client is on the search for a Full-Stack.Net developer to join their team, working for a market leading company. The company themselves help students realise their full potential by creating tools and content to help connect students to employers.
They strive to help students find their perfect role and really kick start their career. Their philosophy of “students first”, means students are at the heart of what they do, and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you really are making a difference.
The role requires the Full-Stack Developer to have excellent communications between teams and to work in a modern Agile environment, within cross functional software delivery squads.
Technologies and skills you will ideally have experience with (Don’t worry if you don’t have all of them!):
- A UK BSc in Computer Science or equivalent IT qualification
- C#, NET 5+ (or .NET Core) & ASP.NET Core
- Relational databases, ideally SQL Server
- RESTful APIs
- Dependency Injection
- ORM frameworks such as NHibernate (ideally) or Entity Framework
- Docker + Microservices
- CI/CD Pipelines
Why you should consider this Team Lead role:
- Salary between £50K - £60K
- 1 or 2 days in office a month
- Family friendly benefits including enhanced paternity and maternity leave.
- Life assurance
- 5% Pension contribution
So, if this sounds like a great dev position for you, please apply immediately for a confidential chat with one of our Talent Partners regarding this awesome position!
Humand Talent Solutions and their clients and associates do not discriminate on any of the following and any terminology that suggests that should be made aware to our business ASAP.
- religion or belief
- pregnancy and maternity
- marriage and civil partnership
- sexual orientation
- gender reassignment