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Senior Consultant - .NET

Job Title: Senior Consultant - .NET
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Epsom, Surrey
Industry:
Salary: £40000 - £60000 per annum + car, bonus, benefits
REF: XTECCON
Contact Name: Barty Isola
Contact Email: barty@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Senior Consultant - .NET

Location: Surrey

Salary: £40-60k basic salary + bonus, pension & benefits

An opportunity has arisen with the market leader in sales automation solutions. This organisation has experienced impressive growth in recent years and is projected to expand by over 50% in 2015 and 2016. Leading their sector you would be joining a dedicated and high achieving team in supporting numerous high profile IT projects to implement the organisations proprietary solution.

You will be in charge of assuring technical consistency to the solution configuration and customization, as well as being the technical point of reference for the client and the project team.

Covering global projects with a focus on Europe there is the opportunity for international travel, with 50-75% of your time being spent on client site. Succesful candidates will join an enthusiastic and fast growinf orgasnisation with excellent work life balance and career prospects.

Desired skills:

  • Advanced .Net (C#, SilverLight) and HTML5/JavaScript software development
  • Deep understanding of software applications architecture and infrastructure
  • SQL and RDBMS architecture
  • SQL performance tuning
  • ETL and data integration
  • Experience in system testing and support to the user acceptance test (UAT)
  • Expertise in technical training

 

.net / C# / silverlight / HTML5 / javascript / rdbms / UAT / ETL / Data integration

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