17 December, 2012 · 2 minutes to read
SalamanderSoft Is Hiring!–SharePoint, ASP.net or C# Developer
We are looking for an experienced SharePoint, ASP.NET or C# Developer to take over responsibility for our codebase and development procedures. This will be a HOME based role which could be FULL or PART time for the right candidate and with considerable autonomy. Salary will very much depend on the experience of the candidate, but our budget range is likely to be £25,000 to £60,000.
Our product set is written in C# using agile methodologies and has a heavy focus on SharePoint (2007, 2010 and 2013). I am looking for someone who will take responsibility for running the code-base and development process. As well as being a great programmer, I will be expecting you to be able to analyse our current processes, suggest improvements and implement them. You will have significant autonomy and be able to drive best-practices and processes. Preferably you will have experience of test-driven development, agile methodologies, design patterns and refactoring - or a desire to learn them.
The mind-set we are looking for is someone who has a hunger to learn and improve their skills. Although we will provide training time & budget, we are looking for someone whose interest in developing isn't just a 9-5 job. We will not expect you to work outside your hours, but I would expect you to be the type of person who looks to increase their skills in their own-time e.g. reading blogs, playing with new versions of products etc. These wouldn't necessarily be directly related to what you are doing day-to-day, just the mind-set we are looking for.
This role could be full-time or part-time for the right candidate - the quality of the candidate is the main factor. I'd rather have an excellent .net developer, than a mediocre SharePoint one. As this is a home-based role, you will need to be comfortable and effective working from home. Although home-working sounds great it is not for everybody!
As SalamanderSoft is a small company, although your main focus will be on development, you will undoubtedly need to perform other tasks as well, especially when other team members are unavailable. You need be able to use your initiative and get things done. It is highly likely that you will need to work with customers so you will need to be personable and happy doing this. The customer is always right! You will also have a history of delivering successful projects as well as be able to juggle several at the same time.
Any open source contributions will be looked on favourably.
.Net Development (C#)
SharePoint if possible
Test Driven Development
SalamanderSoft is a small but growing software house providing integration and SharePoint products and services to the education sector in the UK. We are specialists in integrating systems and enabling SharePoint as a learning tool.
As part of our growth, we are now looking for a .Net developer to design, develop and implement our integration and SharePoint products. To date, I have been responsible for the whole business including all development, installation and support work. I am now looking for someone to take on the development work.
If you are interested in applying please send your CV with covering letter and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org and include where you saw this job advertised. Benefits and salary will depend on the experience of the candidate. We are looking for UK based applicants and you must be legally entitled to work in the UK. Due to the nature of the sector we work in we require all employees to be CRB checked.
No agents please, any agents applying will be blacklisted.
Founder / Chairman
Richard started SalamanderSoft in 2007 after a successful career as a software developer. Wanting to start his own company and with experience in integrating school systems he set out to build the best integration system for schools and to exceed customer expectations. He starting out on his own, doing all the coding, support and sales until finally the growing number of customers meant he needed to start growing the team. He is still heavily involved in coding the core Integration Suite product.