Are a specialist software house, at the forefront of developing mission critical systems for airport operations. They help airlines, airports and ground handlers deliver outstanding business results through class leading IT solutions.
They are looking for motivated self-starters with a passion for programming and a degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or similar with a focus on software development.
The successful candidates will become an integral part of a software product team and help to deliver the next generation of their acknowledged market-leading software products to a fast-growing global customer base.
The role will allow you to expand on your current technical skills in a practical & focused environment with the opportunity to research and use your own innovative techniques to contribute to the success of their products.
You will be working on complex mission critical systems including migrating existing products to web delivered UI with a distributed event-based business processing backend.
You may be required to travel in the UK and fly overseas from time to time – you must be free and willing to do so and have a valid passport.
- Developing new features and functionality
- Resolving existing issues
- QA – review/test code written by other developers
- Strong experience of developing in and understanding of C# with .net Framework and .net Core
- Understanding of Design Patterns (e.g. MVC, MVVM Pattern)
- Experience of RDBMS (e.g. Oracle)
- Experience of developing web applications and RESTful APIs
Other Useful Skills
- Entity Framework 6 and LINQ
- Parallel programming (e.g. TPL and PLINQ)
- Writing unit tests
- Use of Source Code Management (SCM) tools – ideally Subversion
- Troubleshooting and debugging issues on live systems
- Experience with Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) – preferably Entity Framework 6 and Entity Framework 7
- Familiarity in working in an Agile development environment
- User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) design skills
- Industry knowledge an advantage but not essential