Full-stack Developer

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
£40000 - £60000 per annum + Health insurance

Full-stack Developer

Peterborough

Up to £60,000 + health, dental, life insurance + many more benefits

This is your chance to work for a London-based consultancy that develops and implements flexible, functionally-rich software products across a range of broad and targeted operational control processes. Working primarily within financial services, this company provides a service to huge financial clients such as Deutsche Bank. The company are now looking to expand their Peterborough office to a London-standard software hub and are looking for a team of bright and enthusiastic developers to help do this. So, if you are a Full-stack developer looking for the opportunity to gain excellent experience of full-stack enterprise software development in a professional, friendly, dynamic working environment, then this is the job for you!

THE COMPANY:

This modern consultancy works with many established companies, helping them to manage the evolving regulatory landscape is core to our business. Additionally, they develop and implement flexible, functionally-rich software products across a range of broad and targeted operational control processes.

THE ROLE:

Your role working as a Full-stack Developer within the Software team will be largely performed in .Net and C# and will encompass a range of responsibilities throughout enhancing the continuation of the company, such as:

  • Build and enhance software products, using good quality software development techniques and bespoke technologies and tools
  • Mentor junior and mid-level engineers
  • Interpret business requirements and technical specifications and perform the required coding in accordance with company guidelines and practices
  • Support the Sales team as required both in pre-sales situations and post-contract engagement with clients to ensure successful software delivery and client satisfaction.
  • Perform the role of Lead Software Developer as required from time to time on specific projects, directing the development activities of other Software Developers.
  • Take a leading role in the development of the company's software architecture and the selection and adoption of development tools, techniques and best practices.

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

What your role as a Full-stack Developer will require:

  • C# using Visual Studio .NET 2013 or higher
  • SQL statements, either PL-SQL or T-SQL
  • Knowledge of Agile methodology
  • ASP.NET, preferably using MVC
  • Experience using JavaScript
  • Experience in dealing with clients

THE BENEFITS:

The salary for your role as a Full-stack Developer is up to £60,000.

Along with this salary, the company are providing a wide range of benefits including:

  • Holiday 25 days
  • Full BUPA Health Insurance for employee plus family
  • Dental Insurance for employee
  • Life Insurance
  • Permanent Health Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme scheme
  • Travel Season Ticket Loan
  • Fitness First Gym membership or Cash Alternative
  • Pension - up to 5% matched contribution.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Jessica Boss via the Apply link on this page.

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