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Graduate Job C# Web Developer

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Apply4Law
Reference: Web Developer
Salary: Between £25,000 and £33,000, depending upon experience  

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Apply4Law is the leading provider of online application systems for graduates applying to law firms in the United Kingdom. Apply4Law is part of Globe Business Publishing Ltd, which specialises in providing information to the UK and international legal market.

Due to the continuing success of our online application system we are looking for a talented Computer Science graduate with significant commercial/extra-curricular ASP.Net development experience to work on our market-leading online application and candidate management system.


You will:

  • implement and deploy bespoke versions of the system based on clients' requirements;
  • maintain and improve the current codebase; and
  • work with internal teams to optimise their efficiency through the design and development of new IT systems.

You must be highly competent in:

  • ASP.Net 2.0;
  • C#;
  • MS SQL Server 2005;
  • Visual Studio 2005; and
  • HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

As in all areas of our business, effective communication and self-reliance are vital attributes. Dialogue between team members is essential for project work, and you will also need to explain technical issues in simple language to non-IT colleagues and potentially to clients.

The starting salary will be between £25,000 and £33,000, depending on experience.

To apply for this role, please click on the Apply Now button below.

Location: London (inner and outer)

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