• Location: Scotland, Edinburgh
  • Salary: £35000 - £55000 per annum
  • Technology: Microsoft BI Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Posted: 17th Jan, 2019
  • Reference: DB17022019


C#.NET Developer - Edinburgh

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So with that in mind, I wanted to try and craft something that is short (and sweet), informative and hopefully something that grabs your attention.

Here Goes….

I am recruiting on behalf of a large consultancy firm based in Newcastle who are looking to bring on a number of .NET developers as part of a massive recruitment drive going forward for 2019. The client currently works within financial sectors including finance and banking as well as other sectors such as Oil and Gas.

Just to name a few of their clients: DWP, HMRC, Barclays, Citadel, Bank of America and HSBC

You'll have….
  • Commercial C#.NET experience with enterprise level systems, including automated testing
  • Expertise in Agile methodology
  • Good technical design skills including, where appropriate, OO design principles and design patterns
  • A relevant university degree
  • The ability to adapt and learn new technologies on the job


You'll be part of a tight-knit team of talented designers, developers and testers. You'll be solving tough software challenges, and building products that transform the performance of some of the world's biggest and most complex organisations.



In return for demonstrating some (hopefully all!) of the above, you will benefit from a highly competitive salary alongside a flexible benefits package.

So if you are genuinely sitting at work contemplating your next career move or simply fancy a chat to learn more about this role then give me a shout. You can call me on either 0191 338 7505. Alternatively if you are unable to chat then send me an email to d.bennett2@frgconsulting.com.

Anything discussed will be kept completely confidential.