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\nWe're looking for developers with a wide range of experience (anything from 2 years to 20 years or more). Previous experience in C# is essential, and skills in any of the following would be a bonus but are not required. If you don't know them already, you'll learn all of the below on the job.\n\n\n* Azure (Specifically App Services, Table Storage, Service Bus, Queues among others)\n\n* Git\n\n* Selenium Testing\n\n* Accounting\n\n\n\n\nIf you're called for interview (video call, because that's how we work), you'll get the opportunity to interview us too, and talk to members of our team to find out whether you'd enjoy working with us.\n\nWe're doing high-value work and we want you to be as productive as possible. So as a member of our team you'll get access to learning materials to keep you sharp, and you'll be equipped with the necessary equipment and software to enable you to do what you need to do. \n\nWe've got a combination of new and existing projects that you'll be working on, and welcome the opportunity for candidates to bring in fresh thinking to benefit the whole team.\n\nWe don't have any offices; remote-working is baked-in to how we do what we do. It helps us achieve maximum productivity, with minimum distractions and diversions. And with no daily commute, it keeps our carbon footprint low too. What we ask for in return is that you're serious about doing professional work from the place of your choice, including having a fast and reliable internet connection (fibre or cable), and a dedicated space free from distractions in which to do your work. If other people share the building where you work, you need a door between your workspace and the rest of the building.\nFor an exceptional candidate we would consider offering a term-time only contract or other flexible arrangements.\n\nIf you're serious about applying to work with us, you'll need to do more than just send us a CV\n\nWe will carefully consider every application we get, if you follow these application instructions carefully.\n\nIn the introduction section with your StackOverflow application, please include the following:\n\nMandatory, under a heading, a project I have worked on, please tell us about a project that you've worked on recently. Tell us when you did it, what you tried, what you achieved, what you liked about it (and maybe what you didn't like about it), and what you learned. Maximum of 500 words. Don't worry if it is half that amount, or even less — we like concise.\n\nOptionally, if you want to and in addition to the above, you can tell us a bit about your experience of remote working. Or if you haven't got experience of remote working, then tell us a bit about what you know about remote working. Things like three or more good things about remote working, and three or more bad things about remote working and how you manage those. No minimum or maximum word limit, but don't go crazy.\n\nWe want to hear from you \n\nEvery application that follows the above instructions will be carefully considered by us and we will respond to you.\n\nPlease Note\n\nCandidates are required to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK
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