in London, United Kingdom
I am looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and self-motivated .NET web developer to help join my clients friendly, supportive and sociable team. Addition work with some of the biggest charities in the UK – including NSPCC, BHF, Alzheimer’s Society, RSPCA, RBL & UNICEF – creating exciting digital products and supporting large transactional websites.
They are looking for an experienced Web Developer used to working on transactional websites that securely integrate with one or more external systems, using a mix of client-side and server-side technologies and data formats. The work will be focused on building and maintaining fundraising and donation platforms, and working collaboratively with the team to build custom digital products for clients.
The majority of their web solutions are based in C# .Net and utilise the Umbraco CMS.
The role will require you to:
Develop transactional Umbraco websites and custom .Net solutions
Develop APIs for use by external parties and web pages
Be comfortable with asynchronous coding techniques
Be comfortable working with JSON, XML, CSV and other common data formats
Develop using Microsoft SQL Server
Develop with an eye to security, performance, and scale
Work with the design team to implement designs targeting a variety of mobile, tablet and desktop devices
Use a mix of open-source libraries, as well as versioning tools such as Git
Pick up and learn new techniques, technologies, and 3rd party products
Discuss and suggest solutions together with clients and other team members
Be able to assess appropriateness of third party libraries, plug-ins, and services A strong theoretical foundation in computing is essential for this role, especially around the areas of interface development, common programming design patterns, object orientated programming, threading, and asynchronous coding.
They would like candidates to have:
At least 2 years real-world experience of ecommerce development
An eye for detail and high quality standards
Proven ability implementing accessible rich user interfaces
Demonstrable experience in integrating sites with external systems
A programming degree is desired; but we are open to non-graduates who can demonstrate having an equivalent theoretical foundation.This is where you can build your job listing.
For more information on this listing please contact Neil Clements via email - firstname.lastname@example.org