Published
February 10, 2020
Location
Centurion, South Africa
Category
C#/.Net  
Job Type

Description

Introduction

Does your next role as a C# Solutions Architect entail joining an industry pioneering Software Development house?
Do you consider yourself a problem solver who seeks ways to remain relevant in South Africa's IT market? Then this is for you. I'm looking for a C# Solutions Architect, offering flexitime and bottomless coffee in an agile environment.

Job Description

You will gain exposure to working with local and international clients, get your fingers dirty in monthly hackathons and broaden your horizon with company sponsored certification exams. This role offers up to R960k per annum and is based in Centurion.

Requirements

• 10 years’ experience in software development
• expertise in C#, .Net Core, web services
• experience in unit testing, report writing
• DevOps experience (advantageous)

Duties and responsibilities

• Outline product requirements and determine architectural specifications
• Document software development lifecycle such as user needs, functional and technical specifications
• Test systems to ensure optimum performance
• Develop code that adheres to the company standard
• Code reviews
• Work alongside internal clients, management, developers and business analysts in a team environment

Qualification

- IT related qualification
The reference for this position is RS45633. It is a permanent position based in Centurion offering a salary up to R960k per annum cost to company, negotiable based on experience. Contact Rylene on rylenes@e-merge.co.za or call her on 011 463 3633 to discuss this and other opportunities.

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