Senior ASP.NET Developer

  • Job Reference: HQ00008901
  • Date Posted: 19 April 2017
  • Recruiter: E-Resourcing
  • Location: Yorkshire and the Humber
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: IT (general)
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Senior ASP.NET Developer
My client's development team is focused on delivering reporting and point solutions to the business.
This position will take a lead on developing high quality user experiences for my client and its customers at an extremely exciting stage of growth. The candidate is expected to be able to successfully apply the brand guidelines to the web, and develop rich interactivity for users. The candidate will work on both individual projects and part of a larger project team. The candidate will be expected to help drive the quality of user interface forward within the business and aid other developers in maintaining the quality standards set.
The successful candidate will need to be an enthusiastic self-starter with a wealth of experience to bring to the team. The role will fit someone who enjoys developing brand consistent websites which deliver a quality user experience. In return the role enjoys a lot of autonomy, being a member of a close knit and supportive team
*Website Design (Visuals)
*Microsoft C#
*Microsoft MVC
*JavaScript (including supporting libraries)
*Microsoft SQL Server Query Development
*Microsoft Team Foundation Server
*Microsoft Web Forms or Windows Presentation Foundation
*SOAP / REST Development
*Microsoft Access (including Visual Basic for Applications)
*Requirements gathering
*Design of websites in line with corporate brand guidelines
*Design of easy to use and cohesive user experiences in line with current industry best practises
*Build of websites which are reliable and performant
*Developing business logic and rules in line with business requirements
*Testing website in a multitude of browsers and form factors
*Working in an Agile / Scrum Environment
*Working as part of a Service Desk function
*Reviewing user's interactions with a website