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Senior Developer

£49,500 - £61,868
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Senior Developer

Parliamentary Digital Service

From £49,500 to £61,868


What we're looking for:

A user-focused Senior Developer to join our Business Systems team of around 14 developers, 4 testers, and 2 devops.


The role:

You'll work in an agile environment, spending around 80% of your time working on new projects and 20% supporting legacy systems (although we’re planning to replace these over the next 2 years).

You'll mostly be working on building and supporting web accessible applications in C# ASP.NET MVC that support the work of both the House of Commons and House of Lords.

You'll work on multiple projects and pair programming, as well as providing peer review to broaden your knowledge and help the team grow and develop.

You'll be working collaboratively with teams to help us move to an Azure cloud development domain.


Who you are:

You're an experienced developer who's used to working on multiple projects simultaneously.

You're used to working autonomously, and working collaboratively with technical and non-technical teams across a large organisation.


What you'll need:


• JavaScript

• jQuery

• ORM experience


What you may have:

• Angular.js or other frameworks

• TeamCity, SVN



What we offer:

• starting salary of between £49,500 and £61,868 (depending on experience)

• 28 days holiday

 • flexible working

• access to training and development

• excellent pension scheme

• Pluralsight license


Sound like you? If you have an interest is joining ourteam then please apply via: