Offers “Adecco UK Limited”

23 days agoAdecco UK Limited

Analyst Programmer/Developer

  • Newton Abbot (Devon)
  • IT development

Job description

  Location
Newton Abbot, Devon
·  Salary
£ 30000 - £ 38000 / Year
·  Category
IT - Business/Systems Analysis
·  Job type
Permanent
·  Industry
IT and Telecoms
·  External Reference
JN-052019-65717

We are seeking 2 full time permanent Analyst Programmers for our client's ICT Department. The successful candidate will fulfil a key technical role within the ICT department, working closely with others to ensure new project requirements are fully delivered and undertaking investigations in a timely manner to resolve operational issues.

Our client supports a collection of third-party packages as well as a number of in-house developed solutions, primarily in a Microsoft Windows environment. These cover the full range from public-facing web applications to back-office desktop solutions.

We are looking for a skilled and experienced candidate equally comfortable in application development as well as the day to day support of existing solutions. You will be capable of working under pressure and managing a range of activities.

Some C# knowledge is essential, ideally coupled with the experience of one or more of the following:

·  NET

·  JavaScript

·  MVC

·  WinForms

The successful candidate will also have experience of supporting business applications based on either MS SQL Server or Oracle databases. In return our client offers excellent working conditions and a selection of company benefits.

We look forward to your application and discussing further

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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