Position: Salary: Ref: Job Type: Published On: Start Date: Contact Name: Client:
Software Developer- .Net/C# Belfast, GBP30000 - GBP40000 per annum DKE-PROTECT_1566293348 Permanent 20/08/2019 Adam Mohammad Anson McCade

Software Developer- .Net/C#

Belfast

A Software Developer with an expertise in .Net/C# development has the opportunity to engineer products aimed towards protecting the vulnerable in society.

The applications developed by this engineer and their team will help alleviate the risk to children when surfing the internet or using popular social media platforms. The selected Software Developer will also engineer .Net/C# based applications that assist in suicide prevention, utilising various data-mining techniques.

The Client-

  • A tech company with a "code for good" mentality, engineering applications that improve the digital safety of children online as well as mobile apps that help prevent suicide.
  • A leading authority in preventing child exploitation.

The Role-

  • The selected candidate will develop hybrid (Xamarin) mobile applications and web portals/software in .Net/C.
  • Working collaboratively within a team, introducing new technologies to their growing tech stack that includes, but is not limited to: .Net Core, MVC Razor, ReactJS, NodeJs, Azure etc

The ideal Software Developer will have:

  • 2+ years software development experience, with most recent experience seeing use of the MS tech stack.
  • Exposure to front-end technologies: AngularJs etc
  • The ability to

The package-

  • £30,000-£40,000 basic salary with a 10% bonus.
  • Healthcare, company pension scheme, Life assurance etc
  • As a Software Developer, you will receive opportunities to advance your skills with free training and courses.
  • Participation at events centred around Microsoft technologies (.Net/C#, Azure, .Net Core)

Interested?

Apply now! All suitable candidates with an on-going right to work in the UK will receive a courtesy call from one of our consultants. No applications will be processed without the candidates expressed consent.