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Contract Software Engineer - Visual Studio/C#

  • Location: Ireland
  • Sector: IT
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: GMC27231/3
  • Rate: €40
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

Are you an experienced Contract software Engineer based in Ireland?
Are looking for your next contract challenge?
Are you highly experienced with Visual Studio?

If yes then Redline would like to talk to you about a fantastic Contract Software Engineer we have with a leading client based in Ireland. In order to be successful in the role of Contract Software Engineer you must be;
Highly experienced with using Visual Studio Development.
> Qualification BSC Computer Science Degree or equivalent.
> ASP Net Development, C#, VB, Web Development
> SQL Server Development (Stored Procedures, Triggers, ADO etc)
> Experience in all aspects of SDLC (Software development lifecycle)
> Experience in developing MES Applications
> Experience in Enterprise Application Integration

To apply for the role of Contract Software Engineer based in Ireland please contact Graham Cross at the Redline Group quoting GMC27231/3
Contact me for a more detailed discussion.
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