My Meath based client is recruiting for a VB .Net Developer to join their existing team.
The Developer will plan, structure, lead and execute the development of software applications for the group. The successful applicant will be joining a team of developers in an agile environment. The role would suit a creative developer that understands the importance of business data & analysis.
Develop desktop and web applications for use by our customers and internal users.
Work with the leadership & QCI teams to develop and implement new features and applications.
Provide technical support as required.
Communicate with users, take ownership and resolve issues.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
3 – 5 years experience as a NET developer, working as part if a development team.
3+ years experience working with VB,C#,ASP.NET,SQL.
3+ years experience working with WCF and/or Web services.
Solid understanding of Object Oriented Development.
A team player with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
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