Mid-Level .NET Developer

.NET Software Engineer - £30-40k - Newcastle

Ref: 245| Posted: 6th Jan 2020

“All you hear, all the time, is how hard it is getting into a decent Developer position”

So you’re sat there.

You’re lucky enough to already have a dev position, and some good .NET experience under your belt, but you’re like:

“I need – I deserve – to work somewhere better”.

And that’s fair enough.

So let me help you find somewhere better.

I think I know just the place.

There’s a Dev role here in central Newcastle.

You’ll be developing solutions in and C# and Visual Studio so you’ll need some experience in them, as well as gaining exposure to .NET CoreAzureSQL ServerHTML5/CSS, that kind of thing.

You'll be working in a really collaborative environment alongside Developers, Project Managers, UX and Test Automation whilst gaining exposure to all layers of upfront design and continuous deployment pipelines. 

That’s the job. Let me tell you about the company.

They are the premier provider of outsourced internet savings systems and are their clients are some of the most significant national and international household names. 

They pride themselves on their investment and track record  in innovation tech solutions. 

Agile environment with the latest tech, so they’re not messing about. They know what they’re doing. You won’t be wasting your time.

And they’re not stopping where they are. They’ve got plans to grow. In fact they've just opened another Newcastle office and have plans to expand their dev team!

But in spite of the company’s success, they’re not about forgetting how they got there.

They look after their staff with great benefits, holidays and bonus. 

You’ll have a voice there. You’ll get ownership of your projects, and you’ll be listened to in meetings no matter your level.

But look.

Yes it’s a great company. Yes it’s a great role.

But that’s our opinion.

It doesn’t matter what I think.

See what you think.

Call Robyn on 01642 271428 or email your CV to robyn@hainton.net along with any questions you have.

Like you said earlier: you deserve better.