Lead .NET Developer

Lead Software Engineer - £50-55k - Stockton

Ref: 135| Posted: 25th Feb 2019

This vacancy is now closed

Do you like to feel important?

Maybe you don't. But if you do, this role could be for you.

With this role, you'll feel important as the software you'll be developing will help millions of peoples commute more efficiently around the world.

You'll be working on a transport management platform that was built from the ground up 2 years ago.

Greenfield development. Varied workload. Textbook Scrum.

Even if you're not bothered about feeling important, this role is worth considering based on the tech stack alone:

  • C# using the .Net framework
  • Windows platform and Azure Cloud Services
  • Micro Service Architecture and tools such as Azure Service Bus or NServiceBus
  • Angular 2 and Type Script
  • TDD, Automated Testing, Continuous Integration and Scrum

If this still advert STILL hasn't piqued your interest, how does a 16% pension sound?

Benefits at this company include a 16% pension (8% contribution by employer).

A health care plan. Life assurance. Group income protection, 25 days holiday and free onsite parking.

The role

Leading the design and implementation with other Software Engineers and Solution Architects to produce applicatons.

You'll lead, manage, mentor and coach a number of line reports.

It's an Agile Scrum environment - think sprint planning, 2 week sprints, refining backlogs, proper retrospectives and a big focus on continuous improvement.

The company

A global transportation business that have 75 offices in 20 countries.

Over 40 developers at their Stockton office with plans to grow this to around 60.

Due to the size of the company there's the flexibility to progress into architecture or management in the future.

So, you want to work with the latest tech for a successful company that offers great benefits and progression opportunities.

To find out more, either:

Apply via this ad (recent CV not necessary)

Or, get in touch with me, Tom Smith, on 01642 271428 or tom@hainton.net