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.NET Software Engineer - The Hague

Job Title: .NET Software Engineer - The Hague
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Den Haag, South Holland
Salary: €0.00 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6+ Months
REF: J9848Net_1507008728
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 17 days ago

Job Description

.NET Software Engineer required. A long-term contract opportunity for an experienced .NET Software Engineer has arisen with one of Montash's global clients based in The Hague, The Netherlands. As a .NET Software Engineer within their dedicated back-end development team, you will have an in depth knowledge of the following: C# .NET, MS SQL, Agile, OOP, and SOA

It is important that as a .NET Software Engineer you have demonstrable experience building RDBMS solutions (MS SQL, Oracle etc) with a good understanding of Data Modelling, SQL schema design, query optimization, and SQL server performance.

It would also be highly beneficial that as a .NET Software Engineer you have some commercial exposure to NOSQL solutions such as MongoDB or Cassandra etc but this is by no means essential

You will be working in a team of other developers, testers and architects looking into the design aspects of their back-end systems, whilst helping to deliver the solutions both from a systems and database perspective.

To summarise, the .NET Software Engineer will ideally have knowledge in all the following:

- C# .NET

- SQL / SQL Server

- RDBMS (MS SQL or Oracle)

- Agile



- NOSQL is highly desirable (MongoDB, Cassandra etc)

It is highly desirable that alongside strong .NET development skills you are also a confident communicator with a pro-active attitude to technical discussion within the team.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a forward thinking organisation, so please get in touch with you most recent CV if you would like to know more.

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