.NET Developer - Leading Consultancy
Stockholm, Sweden , 30000.00kr - 60000.00kr per annum
2019-09-05 17:02:15 +0100
Senior Backend .NET Developer
Leading Consultancy - Stockholm
Are you an experienced .NET Developer looking to join a new Consultancy Company in Stockholm?
Our client is a consulting company in continuous growth and their goal is to have the industry's most satisfied customers and employees. They are constantly looking for good developers and of course the right skills are important, but you have your own drive, passion for what you do and a desire that you grow together over time at least as important.
You will belong to their web team with solid expertise in backend, frontend and UX design. With their broad expertise, they help our customers with the whole and focus is on team deliveries where you will work cross-functionally throughout the company. Today, they have collaborations with companies such as King, Bonava, Xylem, the Social Security Council and Länsförsäkringar, which they are very proud of!
Who are we looking for?
We are primarily looking for experience from backend development and who now want to focus on your own further development going forward. You are probably a sharp .Net developer with a good understanding of what your front-end colleagues are doing, and have experience from agile ways of working.
In addition, we believe you have skills in one or more of these areas:
- Design patterns such as MVC
- Cloud platforms, especially Azure, GCP and / or AWS
- Episerver or other CMS
If you think this sounds interesting, then please apply now!
WHAT'S HAPPENING NEAR YOU?
We understand that our network is the most important asset to our business, so we truly value recommendations. If you have a friend who is looking to take the next step in their career, let us know and we can help them.We have an excellent range of prizes to choose from.
Please note that your recommendation must be working in a position we place them in for a minimum of 3 months for a permanent role, or 1 month for a contract role