.NET Web Developer

Employer Sharpe Recruitment
Location Tyne and Wear
Job Type Permanent
Salary £23–£26 Per annum

We are looking for an all round ‘web developer’, with a primary focus on back end development of database driven content management systems and basic aspects such as contact & registration forms. Your role will be pivotal within the technical development team for a full service creative agency in the heart of Newcastle.

The successful candidate will be proficient in:

  • .NET Framework 4
  • Entity Framework 4
  • LINQ
  • Understanding of HTML5 with eagerness to learn
  • CSS 2.1
  • Understanding of CSS3 with eagerness to learn
  • SQL Server 2008

and have a good working knowledge of the following software:

  • Visual Studio 2008/10
  • Photoshop CS3+
  • SQL Server Manager

If you are interested in the advertised position please apply through the requested method and we will be in touch shortly with regards to your suitability for the role.

Sharpe Recruitment is a North East based consultancy, dedicated to placing professionals in rewarding jobs throughout the North of England across a variety of disciplines including Digital Media, Creative Advertising, Sales & Marketing, PR, IT and Business Operations.

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