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As a Lead .NET engineer your ideas and efforts will have direct and immediate impact with career-defining results. You will learn, innovate, be challenged and above all, make a difference. Your working activities consist of the following: Lead a dynamic team of engineers and collaborate with cross-functional teams in developing project objectives and timelines. You will communicate with multiple teams, customers and partners. You will get involved with hands-on designing and writing code.
You’re working activities are very versatile: Drive detailed definition of feature requirements through discussions with product managers and customers. You love to mentor junior & medior engineers through formal and informal discussions, code reviews, design reviews, technical presentations, or as a consultant on projects.
- BSc/MSc/PhD in Computer Science or equivalent;
- Expert in ASP.NET MVC, C#, Entity Framework, Html and JQuery;
- At least 8 years experience as a .NET developer;
- You have a deep understanding of how a cloud-based application/system works;
- Experienced working SOLID;
- You have Agile experience.
- Attractive salary up to €7.000 p/month ;
- Company car;
- 25 holidays and 8% holiday fees;
- Fully paid travel allowance;
- Working with the best colleagues.
BOLD Company is looking for an experienced Lead .NET engineer on behalf of a client. The company is a leading software company that enables software for enterprises, governments, hotels and cruise liners to stay on top of their game to keep their competitive advantage. The company is continuously expanding and they are ready to conquer the world with their products.
The development takes place in an agile environment modified to suit the customer’s unique needs. They believe in the combination of three core development approaches: Agile, Scrum and SOLID. Currently, there are 20 software engineers working at the company. Due to the success of the company, their goal is to double the workforce this year.