Job: Edinburgh – Graduate Web Developer (.NET, C#, SQL Server, Umbraco)
23 April, 2012 Leave a comment
Edinburgh based LettingWeb has sent us this opening for a Graduate Web Developer
Graduate Web Developer – .NET Developer (C#, SQL Server, Umbraco)
Edinburgh. £18-20k + benefits (and 28 days holidays)
We are a leading Edinburgh based company specialising in providing a diverse range of technical and web based solutions to the growing residential property letting market. An exciting and varied role is now available for a talented .NET Developer (at Graduate level), to help us expand and deliver more products to the market place.
You will be heavily involved with the company’s existing development team, initially helping with the maintenance and ongoing development of the company’s core website, one of the UK’s leading property portals. Moving forward, once you have gained an insight into the market and understanding of the code base and practices, you will be involved in the design and development of many new and exciting products currently in the development pipeline.
This is a huge opportunity to be instrumental in developing ground-breaking web and mobile applications. It is vital that you are detail-oriented, rigorous and have a positive approach to solving problems.
Skills and qualifications
Applicants must be on track to achieve (or have achieved) a 1st / 2:1
The successful candidate will be a graduate in a computer science or related degree.
Good knowledge of C#, ASP.Net and the .Net framework in general.
Excellent attention to detail and rigorous in investigating and producing accurate results.
Positive approach to problem solving.
Knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server (or a similar database platform).
Knowledge of HTML and CSS.
Knowledge of the software development lifecycle.
Good written and verbal communication skills.
Please submit your CV and a covering note (no more than 250 words) on why you’d be perfect for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, let us know a book, blog, or website that you recommend we read.