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.NET Developer, C#, WPF - Asset Management - Manchester, Manchester

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Location:

Manchester, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Information Technology

Salary:

€40,000.00 - €60,000.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

NC/RG/MNW011_1593579611

Job Views:

18

Posted:

01.07.2020

Expiry Date:

15.08.2020
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Job Description:

.NET Developer, C#, WPF - Asset Management - Manchester

(Tech stack: .NET Developer, C#, WPF, SQL Server 2019, MVVM, Prism, TDD, Agile, Scrum, Kanban, .NET Developer, Urgent)

Founded in 1930, our client is a leading investment manager with offices in Europe, Asia and North America. They manage over £120 billion across all asset classes and employ over 2000 people around the world. Working in tandem with Microsoft they are developing revolutionary .NET / C# software applications that have attracted much attention in the trade press.

We are seeking two .NET Developer to work on these exciting Greenfield enterprise level .NET / C# projects. .NET Developer applicants should have strong knowledge of: .NET, C#, WPF and SQL Server.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work alongside some of Microsoft’s very best .NET Developer. Our client can provide you with industry recognised training in: .NET Core 3.1, SQL Server 2019, MVVM, Prism, continuous integration, dependency injection, TDD and Agile (Scrum / Kanban). Additionally you will follow the firm’s official career progression programme with the view to being promoted into a position as an Architect within 12 – 18 months.

Location: Manchester

Salary: £40 - £60k + Bonus + Car + Benefits

To apply for this position please send your CV to Richard Gibson at Noir.

Noir continues to be the leading Microsoft recruitment agency; we can help you make the right career decisions!

(.NET Developer, C#, WPF, dot NET, .NET Core 3.1, SQL Server 2019, MVVM, Prism, continuous integration, dependency injection, TDD and Agile, Scrum / Kanban, Analyst Programmer, Engineer, Architect, Consultant, .NET Developer)

Job Requirements:

.NET Developer, C#, WPF - Asset Management - Manchester (Tech stack: .NET Developer, C#, WPF, SQL Server 2019, MVVM, Prism, TDD, Agile, Scrum, Kanban, .NET Developer, Urgent) Founded in 1930, our client is a leading investment manager with offices in Europe, Asia and North America. They manage over £120 billion across all asset classes and employ over 2000 people around the world. Working in tandem with Microsoft they are developing revolutionary .NET / C# software applications that have attracted much attention in the trade press. We are seeking two .NET Developer to work on these exciting Greenfield enterprise level .NET / C# projects. .NET Developer applicants should have strong knowledge of: .NET, C#, WPF and SQL Server. This is a fantastic opportunity to work alongside some of Microsoft's very best .NET Developer. Our client can provide you with industry recognised training in: .NET Core 3.1, SQL Server 2019, MVVM, Prism, continuous integration, dependency injection, TDD and Agile (Scrum / Kanban). Additionally you will follow the firm's official career progression programme with the view to being promoted into a position as an Architect within 12 - 18 months. Location: Manchester Salary: £40 - £60k + Bonus + Car + Benefits To apply for this position please send your CV to Richard Gibson at Noir. Noir continues to be the leading Microsoft recruitment agency; we can help you make the right career decisions! (.NET Developer, C#, WPF, dot NET, .NET Core 3.1, SQL Server 2019, MVVM, Prism, continuous integration, dependency injection, TDD and Agile, Scrum / Kanban, Analyst Programmer, Engineer, Architect, Consultant, .NET Developer)
Company Info
Noir Consulting
4th Floor, 11 - 15 St Mary At Hill
London, London, City of, United Kingdom
Phone: 020 7291 0790
Web Site: www.noirconsulting.co.uk
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