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C# .NET Developer

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C# .NET Developer
Fully Remote
£40,000 - £50,000 + Progression + Pension + Flexible working + Holidays + Growing Business

A really exciting opportunity for a C# .NET Developer to join a rapidly growing business in a huge industry with career development and progression up for grabs.

This company are one of the go to low-cost solutions utilities businesses, operating nationwide working with medium and smaller sized business's and corporate energy customers across the UK. They are continuing to expand and grow and now require a C# .NET Developer to help them continue this growth.

In this role you will work predominantly on the Microsoft Stack, working with languages and frameworks like C#, .NET, and also new and soaring Azure cloud based technologies. You will be responsible for writing clean code in .NET for both new and existing solutions and work with other business teams to effectively design and build solutions.

The ideal candidate will be a competent and experienced C# .NET Developer with a past history of working in a commercial environment. You will be strong with C#, .NET and SQL Server. It would be advantageous to be familiar with Blazor and Azure/Cloud technologies. Any experience or knowledge of Utilities Supplies would be good but definitely not a must.

This is a great opportunity to join an extremely well established and highly reputable company where you can achieve long term career progression and join a company that will support you inside and outside of work.

The Role:
*Building and designing .NET solutions
*Writing new code and developing existing code.
*Monitoring and resolving production issues
*Working with tech like
*C#, .NET, SQL Server, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, .NET Core, Blazor
£40,000 - £50,000 + Progression + Pension + Flexible working + Holidays + Growing Business

The Person:
*Competent with C# .NET
*Good with SQL Server, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, .NET Core, Blazor
*Able to work as a team and individually
*Good coding ability
*Any experience with Utilities Supplies would be beneficial but NOT a must.