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C# Software Developer (Permanent)

Location: City of London Country: UK Rate: £60k - £150k per annum + Plus discretional bonus
 

Mid level C# Software engineer positions with sports betting consultancy.

3 days in the office (London Zone 2)

A sports betting firm is looking for mid level C# engineers to join a growing team of developers to to work on high-volume and highly available back ends.

This is an ideal opportunity for a developer with 3 - 8 years experience.

  • Computer science degree or related subject
  • C#/.NET experience
  • Exposure to web technologies

Highly Desired

  • Event-driven programming
  • Applications of highly scalable architecture
  • Cloud ready or cloud native systems

This role does not provide sponsorship

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.


Posted Date: 19 Jun 2024 Reference: JS-JR009899 Employment Agency: McGregor Boyall Contact: Joe Goddard