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Technical Consultant

Job Title: Technical Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £40000 - £55000 per annum + benefits
REF: ag39
Contact Name: Ana Gaffney
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash are currently seeking a Technical Consultant/.NET Developer to join a growing FTSE 250 consultancy firm. This individual must have a strong understanding of .NET, SQL, RDBMS architecture and ETL. They must have come from a consumer goods background.


  • Proposing positive changes and improvements to the clients' existing platform.
  • Requirement gathering and taking part in design meetings.
  • Collaborating with different clients to find the best solution.


  • Software development background within consumer goods.
  • C#, Microsoft .NET stack and Silverlight.
  • Experience working within an Agile development cycle.
  • SQL and RBDMS Architecture.
  • System Testing and UAT.
  • ETL and Data Integration.
  • Must be adaptable to ever-changing environments.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Strong academic background.

The right individual can expect career progression, aswell as an impressive base salary, bonus and benefits package. Please get in touch with Ana Gaffney on anag@montash or 020 7014 0230 to discuss the position in confidence.

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