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.Net Software Engineer - Central Belt

.Net Software Engineer - Central Belt

£45,000 - 55,000 plus bonus

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Date Job Posted Thursday 7 Jan 2021
Reference 4602
Category .NET Developer
Salary £45,000 - 55,000 plus bonus
Employment Type Permanent

£45,000 – 55,000 plus great benefits and bonus

Would you like to join a growing medical software company building products which make a positive impact on healthcare providers and patients?


We’re seeking an experienced Software Engineer with skills in .Net and C# to join a well-known and rapidly expanding medical software company with offices in Scotland and the US.

This role is remote and when restrictions lift there will be a mix of remote and office-based work. The business has offices in central Edinburgh and Glasgow.

You’ll be using up to date technologies including big data to drive major improvements to a number of healthcare/medical products and the business is seeking innovators to help lead the way.

It’s a great time to join the company and be a part of a massively growing business with lots of opportunity for learning, promotion and growth.

You’ll enjoy a generous salary (up to for £55K for experienced developers) plus a number of additional benefits including flexible working hours, bonus, career break opportunities and a dedicated learning and development programme.

The business maintains an Agile/start up working environment and holds a number of industry meetups/events.

To be successful in this role you’ll already be a Software Engineer/Developer working with C# and .Net – you should be very knowledge in the Microsoft tech stack. You’ll have some experience with Angular 2 or above and or JavaScript. It’s also very beneficial to have experience with Azure but not necessary.

Interested in learning more? Apply online or call Alasdair Walker from the Be-IT Edinburgh office for more information.

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