Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript )

Development & Design | £400 - 450 per day | England, Greater London, London

Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript )
3 – 6 months
Central London
£400 – £450

A Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript ) is required to join an exciting project with a financial company located in Central London. My client offers financial services to Fintech companies and other financial service providers.

The ideal Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript ) will be self-sufficient and motivated. You will be joining an existing development base with vast experience, so while it will be expected of you to work independently, you will have a knowledgeable team to fall back on.

The project the successful Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript ) will be working on is a client facing web portal. This portal will be the main face for the end clients, where they will be able to access their accounts and make any changes to their services. Any experience working on web portals will be greatly beneficial.

Essential Skills

  • C#
  • Azure
  • MVC
  • JavaScript, HTML, CSS
  • Web API
  • Client Facing

Beneficial Skills

  • Microservices
  • React.js
  • Angular.js
  • Experience creating web portals

My client offers a great working environment with regular meet-ups and incentives. The successful Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript ) will be joining a company that prides itself on their work culture.

If this role of Software Developer ( C# / Azure / JavaScript ) seems right for you then please apply on the links provided, or send your CV to rohan.longmore@venturi-group.com. Also feel free to get in contact by calling, 0203 137 7005.

All the best,

Rohan.

 

Rohan Longmore

Software Development Consultant – Contract

Venturi Ltd

London +44 203 137 7005

LinkedIn | Venturi | @venturi_ltd

        

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