.Net Developer

City of London
£175 - £176 per annum
21 Jan 2013
18 Feb 2013
CF-12228333
David Robinson
IT
Contract
Full Time


I am currently looking for an immediately available C# developer to start an exciting opportunity with an excellent client who are about to launch a global software product. The role offers long term potential on a contract rate.

Duration: initially 3-6 months looking at a long term contract with extension highly likely.

Rate: £175 per day

Location: West London (North Acton nearest tube station)

Start Date: ASAP

Sector: Recycling/environmental

Job specification:

Overview
We are looking for a talented C# Developer to support our Senior Software Engineer as part of an expanding software development team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a vibrant team working on an industry leading software solution.
The right candidate should ideally have at least 5 years software development experience within a corporate setting, and possess the ability to hit hard deadlines under pressure. The candidate should have a flexible attitude towards working hours in a fast paced environment and be able to manage their own time responsibly whilst prioritising their workload according to current needs of the business.
Experience in interfacing with native code would be hugely beneficial. We're looking for someone who can think on their feet when solving problems, and aren't afraid of voicing their own opinions.
Key Skills Requirements
* C#, .NET 3.5 with an excellent understanding of backend code and some understanding of UI.
* Microsoft Visual Studio
* CLR native code interoperability
* Mixed-mode debugging
* Understanding and experience of interfacing physical devices using often obscure binary protocols.

Beneficial Skills
* Experience of automated unit testing tools (e.g. NUnit)
* Knowledge of working with version control (e.g. GIT)


If you are interested in this position then please get respond with your most recent CV or call 0207 907 3838


With regards


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