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Software Engineer (C#.NET)

Job Title: Software Engineer (C#.NET)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: SE1714b_1500045683
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Software Engineer (C#.NET) - 6 Month Contract - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Montash are engaged with a global financial services client based in Amsterdam, Netherlands who are looking to engage a Software Engineer with strong knowledge of C#.NET.

This is an opportunity to join a fast-paced challenging organisation working on market-leading technologies on a global scale which will enable you to develop your engineering capabilities and knowledge.

Key Skills

  • Extensive background (ideally 4 years) of working on global scale engineering programmes.
  • Proven professional experience of operating with technologies such as C#.NET, MVC, jQuery, JavaScript, SQL.
  • Comfortable ability to write SQL codes for high volume extraction for online application.
  • Previously worked within projects written in ASP.NET or MVC having multi-tier approach.
  • Proven experience of ability to perform deploying of code, creating installable reporting solutions.
  • Effective communication and stakeholder engagement skills.
  • Fluent English is essential, fluent Dutch is beneficial but desirable.

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