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Software Engineer - Central Belt

Software Engineer - Central Belt

Salary DOE + Benefits

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Date Job Posted Wednesday 1 May 2019
Reference 3177
Category .NET Developer
Salary Salary DOE + Benefits
Employment Type Permanent


This vacancy is now closed

Are you an experienced software developer looking to work on product used by customers across the world? Would you like to work in an R&D focused environment developing high quality and cutting-edge software? Then this is a role you want to have discussion about!

 

You will join Software team at Edinburgh based company with global customers. The role involves learning about third party products and their APIs, then designing and implementing integration software to connect systems. You will be joining a team that values communication, quality, agility and mentoring.

 

Not ready to apply, or have some questions first? Call Freddie Kydd at Be-IT Resourcing. Alternatively, you can apply online for immediate consideration.

 

Essential Skills

  • Practical software engineer with industry experience developing services in C#/.NET
  • Proven organisational skills, and an ability to plan and estimate tasks
  • Ability to understand complex distributed systems and an interest in learning about different products
  • Passionate about software development and emerging technologies
  • Keen to work as part of a collaborative agile team.
  • Some exposure or interest in any of the following: C/C++, JavaScript, Python, HTML, WPF, WCF, SQL Server, Common API technologies, IP networking principles, Source control tools such as Mercurial or Git.

 

Please apply online for immediate consideration or call Freddie Kydd at Be-IT Resourcing for a confidential conversation.

 

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