.Net Developer - South West London - Immediate Start
My client is hoping that you choose them. They want you because you can add soemthing to their team. They want you because you can come into their company and have the skills of a .Net Developer that will allow their .Net project work to continue at a good pace.
MS SQL Server (T-SQL)
If you want to be work somehwere that the current development manager was promoted to that posistion within 3 years then apply to this .Net Developer role and find out more. The chance for progression is real, it's there for those that want it and those who can demonstrate they have the skills for it.
Sitecore Developer - Central London - Contract - £450-£550 per day - Digital Agency Sitecore Developer is required for an upcoming project that my client has won. This Sitecore project is currently in design stage and the development will be kicking off within the next 2-3 weeks. This Digital Agency needs a coder, a Sitecore...
South East /
£25,000 - £30,000 per annum / Benefits: Training, pension & more
You're a support engineer. You love to work in a highly technical environment, getting to grips with servers and desktop alike, virtualisation to networking. Your knowledge of Linux, shell scripting and automation leave nothing to be desired, except having you on the team. Want to work a company that will put your personal development first?...
ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED JAVA DEVELOPER LOOKING FOR YOUR NEXT CHALLENGE?? We are working with an exciting company in the heart of London who are currently searching for an experienced Frontend Java Developer to join them on a permanent basis. See requirments below You must have the following to be considered: Solid, proven Java experience...
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