Senior VB.Net Developer - Gain C# MVC

Recruiter
Talent Point
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
11 Aug 2017
Expires
08 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Senior VB.Net Developer required by a market leading Financial Technical company specialising in Fin-Tech solutions for the biggest brands in media, retail and financial services.

The core of the business applications are currently built in VB.Net and we are looking for a Senior VB.Net Developer to come into the team to add new functionality to these applications. With new .Net technology on the horizon that the company will be soon to adopt, this presents a fantastic opportunity to cross train into C# MVC.

The Senior Full Stack Developer will need the following experience:

*5+ years' experience of development in VB.Net
*Experience or understanding of C# and knowledge of the .Net MVC Framework
*Experience building and developing API's

This company has recently embarked on an agile transition with their own in house Agile coach and Scrum Masters sat on each product team. You'll get to work in a team that encourages you to use your full potential - not just the skills you were hired for. Willing true collaboration between QA and development, meaning that there is never a boring moment and always a chance to learn something new!

Talent Point are a Hiring Communication business. We have designed and documented this vacancy alongside our customer and act as their sole source of applicants. Following a two-stage screening process that will include everyone who responds to this advert, we present a shortlist of three applicants for interview. Those on our shortlist can expect in-depth, accurate detail regarding the vacancy, a high chance of securing the position, pre-booked interview times to plan around in advance, no delays and complete transparency.

No terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation. Talent Point Ltd is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate against these or any other class protected by applicable law