Company and role
Our client, a major broadcasting network located in CBD is looking for a Mid-Senior level .NET developer to join their small but exciting digital media team. This role will include but not be limited to designing, building, extending and adding new features to several platforms using the latest Microsoft technologies - ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET CORE C#, REST API's, Web Services & Elastic Search.
- Design, develop and implement software solutions
- Working as part of an agile team and always work to exceptional standards
- Work across .NET, C# and MVC
- Experienced working with the Microsoft technology stack, .NET, C#, MCV, .NET Core
- Demonstrated experience and understanding of REST API's, web services, SOA, windows services, concurrency
- Database design and development skills, SQL server 2012+
- Understanding of SOLID design principles
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact James Brady in our Sydney office on 02 8233 4337
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