Specialist - Software DeveloperFavourite
|Closes:||Thursday, 1st February 2018|
|Published:||Friday, 19th January 2018|
|Salary:||£0 per year £39,060|
|Hours:||35.00 hours per week|
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Category:||IT / Telecommunications|
Scottish Enterprise (SE) is Scotland’s main economic development agency. We help Scottish businesses to grow nationally and internationally, to become more efficient and innovative, and to access the funds they need to develop. We also attract overseas companies to invest in Scotland.
We are implementing an ambitious programme that will see us deliver more services digitally, make it easier for customers to do business with us and create more economic impact.
You will work alongside product owners, user researchers, service designers, UX designers, architects and testers to bring new approaches to life.
We are looking for someone who successfully combines technical knowledge with team working and problem solving skills. An individual who writes excellent code, builds relationships and works with an agile and responsive approach.
You’ll have expert knowledge across a range of development and integration technologies, such as C#, .Net Core 2.0, ASP.NET MVC, JSON REST APIs. You will be developing for Microsoft Azure Cloud using Azure Microservices, Service Bus, SQL Azure, Blob storage, Azure AD B2C and using front end technologies such as, Angular JS 2.0, T Script, Jquery.
In addition, you will be helping to support and develop our CRM solution so experience with Microsoft Dynamics would be advantageous, although training will be provided.
You will have an ability to cope with issues calmly and professionally
You’ll be part of the software engineering team jointly architecting the design and development of new online services and solutions.
You’ll write highly secure, scale-able best practice code, hand-in-hand with your software colleagues. You’ll identify software issues and work collaboratively to implement action plans and recommendations. Improving software engineering quality will also be key, alongside championing the adoption of industry led software models.