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Web Application Developer

Eingestellt von University of Leeds

Gesuchte Skills: Marketing, Asp, Sql, Entity

Projektbeschreibung

UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

CORPORATE SERVICES

IT - Web Solutions Team

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER

3 YEAR FIXED TERM CONTRACT, AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

The Web Solutions Team acts as the main IT services supplier to the University of Leeds for Web developments. Projects currently range from redeveloping the corporate website, large scale application developments to smaller bespoke web sites or multimedia applications.

Web Solutions has close working relationships with the central Marketing and Communications function of the University and is taking a lead role in the development of the institutions web presence and visual identity.

This is an excellent opportunity for a developer with experience to undertake a wide range of development activities in a fast paced, customer focused service environment.

With proven development experience across a range of technologies including Microsoft .NET; ASP Web Forms; MVC (preferably v4 using Razor syntax); Entity Framework (preferably v5); Microsoft SQL Server and Visual Studio. You will have experience of taking websites through the development life cycle and ensuring effective communication and consultation with stakeholders and customers.

As a result of the essential and critical nature of the University's IT infrastructure and systems, the post holder must be prepared to work out of hours occasionally (including weekends).

UNIVERSITY GRADE 7 (£30,728 - £36,661 P.A.)

(THE QUOTED SALARY IS SUBJECT TO A 2% PAY INCREASE, EFFECTIVE 1 AUGUST 2014)

INFORMAL ENQUIRIES MAY BE MADE TO PAUL ALEXANDER, WEB DEVELOPMENT SERVICE LEADER EMAIL)

CLOSING DATE: 10 AUGUST 2014

INTERVIEWS ARE EXPECTED TO BE HELD ON 20 AUGUST 2014

REF: CSIT0007

Projektdetails

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Geforderte Qualifikationen

University of Leeds

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