.NET Sitecore Developer - Luton - Perm - Global MSP

My client, a leading Managed Service Provider based in Luton are looking for a .NET Sitecore Developer to join their expanding development team. As a .NET Sitecore developer you will be responsible for extending and customising their Sitecore platform to deliver a smooth and engaging digital experience to this business.

The main project you will be working on is re-building and migrating their existing Sharepoint and Wordpress sites onto one existing codebase using Sitecore. Whilst Sitecore knowledge would be extremely beneficial, they are also happy with other CMS experience such as EPiServer or Umbraco. You will be joining an Agile team so any experience with the Atlassian toolset (Jira, Bamboo, Confluence or Bamboo) would be highly advantageous.

Key features

  • Global leader in managed services
  • £40,000-£60,000 (flexible)
  • Excellent in house training

Key Technical Skills

  • Proficient understanding of SiteCore version 8 (or another CMS such as EPiServer or Umbraco)
  • WebAPI
  • JQuery
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Solid security fundamentals - such as OWASP top 10
  • Agile techniques using the Atlassian toolset (Jira / Confluence/ BitBucket / Bamboo)

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the world's largest managed service providers who have a fantastic reputation within the industry.

Interview slots are confirmed for next week on Friday. Only those applicants with the above criteria will be contacted. If interested in the opportunity please apply with the most up to date copy of your CV.

The salary on this position is between £40k-£60k and is dependent on experience. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking to gain even more exposure to Sitecore development and to take the next step in their career. It also comes with an excellent benefits package including:

  • 23 days holiday (plus your birthday off)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Medical insurance
  • Life assurance

**The candidate must have full eligibility to work in the UK, as my client does not provide sponsorship**