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C# Developer - Essex - Banking -£40k - Bonus (C#, VB. NET, SQL)

Job Title: C# Developer - Essex - Banking -£40k - Bonus (C#, VB. NET, SQL)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Brentwood, Essex
Salary: £40000 - £41000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Contact Name: Tyler Bass Hunt
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

C# .Net Developer

Location: Brentwood, Essex (40 minute train journey from London. My client is also offering a free shuttle bus journey from Brentwood station to the location although the walk is 10 minutes long)
Package: £40,000 + Bonus
Job type: Permanent

My client, a leading FTSE 250 bank are going through a huge growth transformation and are seeking a C# .Net Developer to work within their internal development team. You will peform all aspects of the software development life cycle and provide user support in regards to this.

-Creation of design specifications for system enhancements
-Creation of technical specification
-Code system amendments/ enhancements
-Documentation of system enhancements
-Fault finding
-Completion of user support requests
-Ad hoc resporting and data extraction
Database deisgn/ administration in relation to system amendments
-Periodical reviews of software developmental processes
-Able to work flexible hours
-Able to travel to my clients other UK offices, when necessary

Skills/ knowledge
VB. Net/ SQL Server 2005-2008/ stored procedures/ Triggers are essential
-XML, SOAP, Web/ Windows services
-ASP. Net
-Reporting tools I.E. Crystal reports, Active reports, SSRS, SSIS
-PHP/HTML/ JavaScript
-Object orientate design experience required
-Relational database design and administration experience
-Experience in having built/ playing a major part with the inital design and development of multi-user systems
-Knowledge of both thin and fat client multi user systems
-Must know and use regularly all the steps of the software development life cycle
-Clean driving license

For more information, please contact me at 0207 024 0230 or

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