Senior .NET AWS Developer
6 month contract intially with further terms
August 2017 Start - Newcastle Based Organisation
Latest tech stack and lean approaches
Our client is a large publicly listed enterprise at the top of their game, both in their products & services, the markets they operate in and the emerging technologies they work with.
They are seeking a professional contractor who has successfully deployed commercial .NET applications to the AWS ecosystem, adapting the applications to leverage what AWS can offer.
You must have an eye for design as this role will see you take responsibility for the full software development lifecycle and identifying gaps in the platform to grow it's capability.
Working within the migration team, collaboratively alongside software, operations and DevOps engineers, you will work on the technical design, development, deployment and support of these enterprise applications and their deployment to AWS.
You will have extensive experience in the .NET eco-system, particularly with more recent and lean technology approaches and demonstrated experience with the following technologies:
- .NET Stack: MVC, WebAPI, Nancy, nHibernate, Dapper, ORMLite, Selenium, nUnit & Powershell
- Web skills: NodeJS, Gulp, Grunt, NPM, SASS, ReactJS & AngularJS
- AWS: EC2, Elastic Beanstalk, Route53, RDS PostgreSQL, SynamoDB, Elastic Container Services (ECS), VPS, IAM, ELB
- Infrastructure: Github Enterprise, Buildkite, SumoLogic, Jira, Windows Server, IIS, Linux, nginx, Cloudflare, MS SQL Server
- DevOps: Ruby, Vagrant, CloudFormation, Docker
Naturally you will be tertiary qualified with a Degree in Software Engineering or equivalent.
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To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Linda Apostolidis in our Newcastle office on +61 2 4927 2224 quoting Ref No. 2R/07474
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