Are you a Full Stack Developer in the North East? We need you!
Are you a full stack software developer searching for a new opportunity to kick-start 2019? Look no further because we’re hiring!
Following a successful 170 years as one of the UK’s largest awarding organisations, we’re expanding once more and this time it’s our Group IT Team who are looking for talented individuals to join them at our base in Quorum Business Park, Newcastle.
It’s an exciting time at NCFE as we work on a strategic improvement programme, which is a green field site when it comes to technology. This is not just an IT project – we’re building and shaping the future. With investment and support from the NCFE Executive Team, we’re expanding the internal resource capacity within the Group IT team, an initiative we feel is important to fully achieve our goals, and we’re recruiting developers to work across both front and back end solutions.
We’re looking for individuals who have:
- Working experience in developing C# and .Net based applications
- Experience in developing web-based applications and services using ASP.Net, MVC and Web API
- Good understanding of Unit Testing and Dependency Injection
- Solid working knowledge of SQL server, Team Foundation Server, Windows Server, Visual Studio, and VSTS
Joining our Group IT, successful individuals will work in an enthusiastic, passionate team on innovative projects to benefit both our customers, learners and our colleagues. Within the Group IT team, we work using an agile framework to ensure that we work together collaboratively, whether that’s planning how projects can move forward effectively or tackling any issues that other developers may be facing.
As well as a competitive salary, flexible hours and a dedication to personal development, when you join our team you will have access to high-spec equipment and an MSDN Ultimate license, using emerging technologies to shape the future of awards and learning. What more could you want?
So, if you’re passionate about code, interested in developing innovative software at a rapidly growing market leader in education services, who strives to be at the forefront of digital transformation within the sector, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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