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Job Title: Workflow Application Support Developer (C#, SQL)
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary: £20,000 to £30,000 + excellent benefits package
An opportunity has arisen for a Developer to join a highly successful international Law Firm within the Cambridge area.
The organisation is recognised as one of the top 50 law firms in the country and invests heavily in its IT systems and applications. The company has a strong belief that appropriate and innovative use of IT can significantly contribute to its success.
You will be responsible for providing application development support and ongoing maintenance of the company’s case management system. You will be working with the firm’s information architecture and adhere to recognised development methodology, this will include integration with the company’s other information systems. You will develop modifications for the case management application, working closely with other members of the development team. Liaising with both the development and IT Support teams, you will investigate and resolve code related issues. You will also liaise with key stakeholders in the business to determine functional requirements for workflow applications.
You will have at least a year’s experience working in a similar environment and have commercial experience of developing using C#, preferably using VisualStudio.net. Experience of SQL Server 2000/2005/2008. Although not essential, it is advantageous if you have awareness of MatterSphere SDK development, developing macros using VBA and testing and development methodologies. A good understanding of system architecture and its influence on scalability, resilience and maintenance.
You will already be working as a Developer, C# Developer or Analyst Programmer.
The role is based in Cambridge city centre and is easily commutable from Grantchester, Fulbourn, Madingley, Teversham, Barton and all surrounding areas in Cambridge.