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Visual Studio / SQL Developer

Job Title: Visual Studio / SQL Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: £120 - £175 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Developer / SQL / Visual Studio

Start Date: Immediate

Day Rate: £120-£175

Contract Length: 6 Month


Montash are currently engaged with a large manufacturing company to source and secure an highly experienced IT Developer who has strong experience of Visual Studio team suite and SQL Server

Job Purpose: To develop, support and maintain in house business interfaces and applications.


Key Responsibilities and Tasks will inculde:

  • Developing IT applications in line with systems requirements documents
  • Support user acceptance testing of those applications
  • To ensure effective integration will all downstream business processes and systems

Must have skills

  • IT programming and analysis skills
  • Extensive knowledge of Current Development tool set
  • Experience of working in an agile team
  • Knowledge to support inhouse systems
  • Development of online applications - ideally visual studio team suite and SQL server
  • Must come from a manufacturing background

Key Words

IT developer / user acceptance / application / integration / SQL server / Visual studio / inhouse systems / Current Development / developer / SSIS / SSRS / Visual / VS2012 / VS /

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