E-Merge IT Recruitment, Senior C# Full Stack Developer

Remote work:Only remote work
Education level:Degree
Company:E-Merge IT Recruitment

Job description

Join one of the top companies based in Johannesburg and be exposed to the latest technology.

You will be developing components of the CRM platforms and develop components of the Android & Apple client apps. You will be developing according to the future architecture of the software stack and make suggestions to improve the current architecture.

You will be working along with the BAs and Testers, as well as maintain an excellent working relationship with external software development partner.


  • BSc computer science
  • Candidates are required to have 8 years’ experience in C#
  • C#
  • .Net
  • .Net Core 3.
  • WebAPI
  • REST
  • Azure
  • SQL
  • Aurelia JS
  • OOA
  • OOD
  • SSAS
  • Git
  • DevOps

Reference Number for this position is FM54879 which is a permanent position based in Johannesburg offering a cost to company salary of up toR1.1m per annum negotiable on experience and ability. Contact fhumudzani on az.oc.egrem-e@minazdumuhf or call her on 011 463 3633 to discuss this and other opportunities.

Are you ready for a change of scenery? The E-Merge IT recruitment is a specialist niche recruitment agency. We offer our candidates options so that we can successfully place the right developers with the right companies in the right roles. Check out the E-Merge website for more great positions.

Do you have a friend who is a developer or technology specialist? We pay cash for successful referrals!

Posted on 05 Apr 10:59, Closing date 4 Jun

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