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Application Software Engineer - C#, Kent

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Location:

Kent, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Engineering

Salary:

€35,000.00 - €48,000.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

NAJ29665/13_1529679260

Job Views:

18

Posted:

22.06.2018

Expiry Date:

06.08.2018
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Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Application Software Engineer - C# based in Kent to join a market leading technology development organisation. Due to continued growth they are seeking a Application Software Engineer - C# in Kent to be responsible for the design, implementation and test of the PC applications in my client’s products.

My client are developing market leading technology and are incredibly well funded within R&D. There is an emphasis on developing the best possible products in the market and this is shown by the success of their products in what is an incredibly competitive global industry.

Key skills/experience of the Application Software Engineer - C#:

- Extensive experience of C#
- Experience of Microsoft technologies mainly WPF or WinForms
- Excellent knowledge of Object Oriented design and programming techniques

This is a great chance for a Application Software Engineer - C# to join a growing company who can offer the opportunity for career progression and personal development as well as an excellent benefits package.

To apply for the Application Software Engineer - C# position in Kent please send your CV to NJames@redlinegroup.Com or for more information contact Neena James on 01582 878855.



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Redline Group Ltd
Building 230 Butterfield Business Park
Luton, United Kingdom
Phone: 01582 450054
Web Site: http://www.redlinegroup.com
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