Senior Web Developer - C#, Angular - New York

£180,000 | NYC | Permanent
Posted 7 months ago

Senior Web Developer - C#, Angular - New York

Key Skills: C#, .NET, Javascript, AngularJS

Salary: up to $180,000

Exciting Web Developer opportunity based in Manhattan for a global Media and FinTech brand. This opportunity will see you working on some of their most high profile internal systems.

As the Senior Web Developer, you will be:

? Having ownership on building out products that are well aligned with the requirements of the end user.
? Build and ship code and a fast pace.
? Create innovative and bold solutions using a variety of bleeding edge technologies.
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WHAT ARE THEY LOOKING FOR
? Experience in both C# and Javascript, more specifically Angular.
? Understanding and openness to using new and innovative technologies
? Excellent communication skills (consultative approach )
? The ability to work in a collaborative engineering environment.


Please submit your resume at the earliest should you wish to be considered for this role.

You must have the right to work in the United States to be considered for this opportunity

No third parties

For more information about this role, please contact:

Archie Reynolds

archie.reynolds@ecomrecruitment.com

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