.NET Developer/Analyst Programmer/C#/BI

.NET Developer/Analyst Programmer/C#/BI – London – Permanent

£45k package (more in exceptional circumstances)

Analyst | Analysis | .NET | C# | CSS | XML | HTML | JavaScript | jQuery | Ajax | BI This is an excellent opportunity to join our small UK team and work on interesting assignments in the healthcare, education and research sectors. We have a small cadre of exceptional clients and a strong focus on developing long-term client relationships spanning consultancy, project management, application development and increasingly, advanced data analytics.

We are looking for an analyst programmer who can take responsibility and make a difference. You will get the opportunity to develop your skills and get the recognition that you deserve with short-term promotion opportunities and performance-based bonus scheme. We will also be introducing an HMRC-approved share scheme from fy2019 and all staff will be eligible after a qualifying period.

Key Requirements

  • 4+ years’ experience of the SDLC and software engineering
  • Experience of requirements capture and analysis
  • Good understanding of .NET Development ( C# & ASP.NET)
  • Good understanding of Microsoft SQL Server HTML, XML, CSS & JavaScript

Desirable Experience

BI – Excel, Tableau, Microsoft Sharepoint, Microsoft BI (SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, PowerView, PowerPivot), jQuery & Ajax

Additional Skills

Sound oral, written and inter-personal communication skills

Effective time management, good organisation and analytical skills

Demonstrable ability to work on own initiative and as a collaborative team player, including with clients and other teams

Other

Most of our work is based in London, but there may be requirements to work on assignments elsewhere within the ‘Golden Triangle’ (London, Oxford & Cambridge).

We are also interested in contractors and part-time permanent applications, especially those returning to work.

Interested?

For an initial informal conversation email Andy Passey with your CV – andyp@c-bia.co.uk

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