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Full Stack Developer - C#, AngularJS/ReactJS, SQL, Threading

Job Title: Full Stack Developer - C#, AngularJS/ReactJS, SQL, Threading
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £75000 - £85000.00 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP - 4 Weeks
REF: FSD/RR/1603_1489695458
Contact Name: Russell Rose
Contact Email: rrose@vertuspartners.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Full Stack Developer - C#, AngularJS/ReactJS, SQL, Threading - London

Our client, an established Sports Analytics Organisation is looking to hire talented C# Software Engineers on a long term programme of Greenfield development work.

The role will involve working on the design and development of a complex front to back Microsoft based architecture. The continued growth and ongoing evolution of the business means there is a need for high level technologists to lead projects focused on ways to improve performance, accuracy, scalability and decision making. The development environment is constantly evolving and this, coupled with a flat company structure, allows the engineering teams the freedom to consistently deliver software in response to changing business requirements. Technology is at the forefront of the organisational strategy and this allows the opportunity to be using the latest tools. Developers will also be offered the chance to gain commercial experience in developing React (JS) based UI's.

Candidates will need:

  • Expert level front to back C# skills
  • Strong Object Orientated, multi-threading and concurrency experience or knowledge of distributed complex systems and data structures.
  • Any experience with real time data aggregation systems or digital applications with high availability and real time processing will be suitable.
  • Garbage Collection, Concurrency, Parallel Processing
  • Candidates don't need commercial ReactJS experience (other JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS, KnockoutJS etc will be considered) but this will offer the chance to gain React skills.