Software Developer, Hull (Melton HU14 3HJ), salary is competitive (available upon application), pension, 30 days holiday (plus option to purchase additional days), staff discount across Heron Foods and B&M.
This role is home based 4 days a week and we are happy to speak to people who live in locations such as, Leeds, Doncaster, Manchester, Sheffield, York, Nottingham or Lincoln, who are within a 2 hour commute of the Store Support Centre.
As part of the B&M retail group (£2.3bn), Heron Foods is one of the UK’s fastest growing food retailers with over 300 stores. In 2022 we aim to open a further 20 stores together with a busy refit program. We are really going places and to continue in our progression we need the right people to help us to build on our success.
As the Software Developer you will be reporting into the Software Development Manager and will be responsible for designing, developing and supporting software in a microservice environment for new features and to replace elements of an existing, bespoke retail businesses management system.
As the Software Developer you will also be responsible for the following:
Maintaining a bespoke retail businesses management system.
Designing and developing microservices using C#, .NET 6.0, Blazor, Entity Framework Core and RabbitMQ.
Designing and developing feature improvements and tools using C#, WPF and SQL Server.
Meeting key deadlines without loss of software quality.
Essential Skills, Experience and/or Qualifications:
C# with a strong knowledge and practical understanding of object-oriented programming, generics, reflection and LINQ is essential.
Having strong C#/SQL Server knowledge is imperative. Additionally, comfort and a good understanding of Agile development principles and Kanban approach is essential
A minimum of 5 years’ experience designing and developing products, systems and applications.
Experience in using Test Driven Design (TDD), mocking, source code control and continuous integration tools (NUnit, Moq, Git, TeamCity).
SQL Server Design and Development skills including the creation of database schema and an understanding of indexing and performance.
If this sounds like the role for you, we’d love to hear from you.
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