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.NET Developer in the renewable energy sector


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.NET Developer in the renewable energy sector


.NET Developer in the renewable energy sector

I am looking for an experienced .NET developer to join an Oslo-based international company that works closely with large industry leaders. The client is looking for a .NET developer to join its market-leading data platform department, focusing on sustainability and business digitisation across the Maritime and Renewable energy sectors. They are looking for Full-stack / Back end developers with good knowledge of .NET.

Role and Responsibilities:
  • You will be working in one of the product teams across either Maritime, Oil, and Gas, or Energy industries
  • You will be involved in upcoming plans for the platform including implementing predictive maintenance and improved logistics
  • Platform is built on Azure, this will be a heavy aspect of your daily work
  • As .NET developer you will have a chance for progression in your career

Skills and Experience:
  • You should have experience with .NET development and cloud-based solutions with Azure is preferred but will also consider other public cloud experiences.
  • You should present solid knowledge of basic frontend tools - HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript
  • You can show a demonstrable understanding of React, Angular or Vue
  • Bonus skills we appreciated are Typescript, Styled Components, React Query, state management with Redux, Context, or Zustand
  • Experience on Visual Studio, NET/ASP.NET MVC and C#

  • You will be part of an excellent culture with great benefits packages
  • An international organization that work with large industry leaders
  • A company whose focus is on renewable energy, healthcare, maritime etc

Apply below get in touch via email or call on +45 89 88 77 10

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