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C# Developer WPF

Job Title: C# Developer WPF
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Reigate, Surrey
Salary: £65000 - £80000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/14961/B/JR/250320_1585137542
Contact Name: CSR Dev Team
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Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

C# Developer (Microsoft C# .NET WPF). World-leading, UK based technology company is seeking an accomplished C# Developer to join them as they embark on an exciting growth initiative.

The organisation has partnered with Microsoft to develop a secure, scalable and efficient Quantum platform to commercialise some of their latest, ground-breaking inventions, and as a C# Developer you will be working on projects that are set to push the boundaries of software development.

As a C# Developer you will play a critical role in contributing to the success of this high impact strategic initiative for the business, working with a Microsoft tech stack to enhance products across the full software development life cycle. You'll predominantly work with C# .NET and WPF, with the opportunity to get involved across the strong pipeline of projects.

*You have experience developing products using a Microsoft tech stack
*You have experience programming in C# .NET and WPF
*You're degree educated (BSc / MSc / PhD 2.1 or above) / from a computer science background
*You're a collaborative team player, able to forge robust working relationships
*You're a passionate and tech-driven, keen to keep pace with emerging technologies
*Desirable: you have experience with Azure

As a C# Developer you'll earn a highly competitive salary (to £80k) plus a substantial bonus and comprehensive benefits package. You'll join a high-achieving, supportive team based at offices in Reigate.

If you're interested in accelerating your career and work on ground-breaking projects as a C# Developer (Microsoft C# .NET WPF) apply now or call today for a confidential discussion.

*Please note: this company is able to conduct an entirely remote interview process during the current circumstances*