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Back-End Software Developer

We are seeking a Back-End Developer that has the experience to work independently on regular projects, but the passion and creativity to work in their sociable, but hard working and supportive team. Our client build hardware and software in the form of an app that is used by over 9 million people in the UK alone and due to continuous success and the aim to constantly build new software for their users, they are constantly growing.

Our client’s product, uses a cloud platform hosted in Microsoft Azure and they are looking for a Back-End Software Developer that can contribute at a strategic level in taking their products forward.

The Role:

  • Commercially savvy and interested in shaping the strategy of the company’s direction
  • Problem solving and encouraged to find new ways to improve the products
  • Although this is a Back-End Software Developer position, there will be plenty of exposure and involvement in the Front-End too.
  • SOLID principles and design patterns
  • Development on AWS and Azure or GCP
  • C# / Xamarin Development
  • Develop REST APIs in .NET Stack
  • SQL Experiences

Additional Info:

  • Supportive and friendly team
  • On-the-job training and their regular “hack Friday” sessions.
  • Fully-flexible working based either from the office or from your home, or both. (UK based)

Please get in touch with Gerald Carew at InterSTEM Recruitment for more information.

Back-End Software Developer

Location: Remote or Cambridge

Salary: £40,000 – £60,000+

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