VB.Net Developer - Train into C# .Net

Talent Point
11 Aug 2017
08 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Are you being pigeonholed into always working on legacy tech? Trying break your way into working on the latest tech stack? Want to work somewhere you can be up skilled?

Well then read on!

The largest global SaaS supplier to the hospitality and leisure industry is looking to expand its teams after a GBPmulti-million investment to break into the American market. We are looking for a strong VB.Net Developer who has a good working knowledge around SQL Server and is looking to gain more exposure into C# .Net.

This role will require the VB.Net developer to work on the core of the organisations SaaS product and maintain the software built in VB.Net and C# MVC.

This is the perfect role for someone who has grown as far as they can or has achieved everything they feel possible in their current role. Once you have proven you capabilities in this role the opportunities are endless, the tech team is 200 strong globally so all manner of projects and technologies are being used - And with all other areas of development being done in C#/MVC/Web API/Angular - this is a very good opportunity to cross train into that.

Central London modern office! Opportunities like this really do not come around very often, apply ASAP not to miss out!

Talent Point are a Hiring Communication business. We have designed and documented this vacancy alongside our customer and act as their sole source of applicants. Following a two-stage screening process that will include everyone who responds to this advert, we present a shortlist of three applicants for interview. Those on our shortlist can expect in-depth, accurate detail regarding the vacancy, a high chance of securing the position, pre-booked interview times to plan around in advance, no delays and complete transparency.

No terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation. Talent Point Ltd is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate against these or any other class protected by applicable law