Senior Full Stack C# Typescript flexibility & new projects?

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About us

Founded in 1997 by Cath Kenyon and Damien Byrne, Kaleida deliver dedicated IT solutions to their clients.

We are experts in Microsoft .NET and SQL Server technologies and our recent clients include Renaker Build, Face For Business, Turner & Townsend and Sofology.

“Their clients love them. So they stay with them”

Your new role
Want to work on exciting projects, emerging technologies, with flexibility & working from home options?

At Kaleida, you will be a key part of our development team, focused on designing and delivering customer solutions mainly using ASP.NET MVC, C#, WebApi, MS SQL, Angular 2+, Typescript, HTML5, CSS3

We want someone who is hungry to explore emerging technologies and understand how they can be used to deliver value to our customers

About you
Several years of varied commercial development experience on the Microsoft stack with excellent C# Excellent understanding of Object Orientated Programming, SOLID principles, Design Patterns and best practices.

Experience of Developing with Angular 2+ framework, Typescript, Responsive design in CSS

You will be responsible for delivering specified software to agreed quality and time-scales.

What you’ll get in return
25 days annual leave
8% pension (5% from employee)
Performance related Bonus
Private Health insurance
Death in Service (3x salary)
Flexible working
Working from home (after initial period)
Childcare vouchers
Cycle to work

What you need to do now
If you’re interested in this role, apply for this role or call us for a conversation.

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