Software Developer - International Project
Bellville, R35 000.00 - R50 000.00 Per Month
Job Type: Permanent
Apply before Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 22 Days left
Nigel Frank International
Employer: Nigel Frank International
Software Developer (.Net) - Bellville - R 50K
The successful candidate will be joining a well established, productivity driven team while working for an international client within the insurance sector.
Requirements and responsibilities:
*To maintain and extend a windows forms application in the financial sector.
*The application developer is the primary resource for determining the approach to be utilized in a project implementation.
*The application developer should possess a thorough understanding of the product from both a functional and technical perspective.
*He or she should have a comprehensive understanding of the implementation methodologies for the technology being utilized in product development, such as .NET
*The application developer participates in every aspect of the development and implementation, working with business analysts to ensure full understanding of the change implications to current business processes.
*He or she designs and builds product deliverables according to specifications, escalates technical design or specification issues to business analyst/project manager and application development director, and works within a given time frame to complete coding.
*Reviewing current systems
*Presenting ideas for system improvements
*Working closely with analysts, designers and staff
Knowledge of Bootstrap and GIT is beneficial
If you'd like to be considered, please apply as soon as possible as the client is looking to fill the position as soon as possible. Send your updated CV to Stacey on [email protected]
If you aim to over exceed expectations and thrive in a challenging environment - this one is for you!
Apply before Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 22 Days left Companies may expire jobs at their own discretion. If you have not received a response within two weeks, your application was most likely unsuccessful.