Software Developer (REMOTE)

Confidential

Lancashire Lancashire

United Kingdom

Legal
(No Timezone Provided)

First of all, this role is fully remote and there's absolutely no view of that changing. They've always had an element of remote working as standard, so this isn't anything new. Their office is in Greater Manchester, you don't need to be local, but you'd need to be UK-based.

You'd find yourself in an environment where the powers that be aren't afraid of using the latest tools and technology - who like to drive change, instead of just reacting to it.

You'd be working on a range of web applications built using .NET Core, Angular, Azure DevOps, Web API and Microservices. They've recently started to implement Azure technologies too and are in the process of migrating to a serverless environment.

You'll have the opportunity to drive to build scalable applications from the ground up, joining a well-established team of likeminded people that you can bounce ideas off and you'll have plenty of training courses available to help drive your own progression.

Salary wise, the role pays anywhere between £45,000-£55,000 DOE plus package.

But you'll also find yourself working for a business who really care about their staff. They introduced a number of virtual/social events during lockdown which were really well received, including monthly awards, regular business updates, healthcare perks and discounts and lots of charity work.

If the role looks of interest, reach out to Jack Dev for a chat

Software Developer (REMOTE)

Confidential

Lancashire Lancashire

United Kingdom

Legal

(No Timezone Provided)

First of all, this role is fully remote and there's absolutely no view of that changing. They've always had an element of remote working as standard, so this isn't anything new. Their office is in Greater Manchester, you don't need to be local, but you'd need to be UK-based.

You'd find yourself in an environment where the powers that be aren't afraid of using the latest tools and technology - who like to drive change, instead of just reacting to it.

You'd be working on a range of web applications built using .NET Core, Angular, Azure DevOps, Web API and Microservices. They've recently started to implement Azure technologies too and are in the process of migrating to a serverless environment.

You'll have the opportunity to drive to build scalable applications from the ground up, joining a well-established team of likeminded people that you can bounce ideas off and you'll have plenty of training courses available to help drive your own progression.

Salary wise, the role pays anywhere between £45,000-£55,000 DOE plus package.

But you'll also find yourself working for a business who really care about their staff. They introduced a number of virtual/social events during lockdown which were really well received, including monthly awards, regular business updates, healthcare perks and discounts and lots of charity work.

If the role looks of interest, reach out to Jack Dev for a chat