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BK Consulting - .NET Developer

Ref.: DEV.NET2017010

We are looking for a .NET developer for our client in the banking sector in Luxembourg.

 

 

Your responsibilities

 

You will be in charge of:

  • Part of a developing team, you will develop the .NET code and testing it
  • Writing technical specifications in accordance with the Analyst team
  • Ensuring the migration of existing applications to a new Network environment
  • User support
  • Deliver a responsive app

 

Your profile

  • You have a University degree in IT/engineering/science/economics or equivalent.
  • A previous experience in front end development is a plus (HTML/CSS or JavaScript)
  • Knowledge of Scrum and/or Kanban methodologies
  • You have good communications skills, you are a team player.
  • You have a strong interest and understanding for banking / finance sector.
  • You are able to speak fluently French and English

 

You are willing to join a young growing company in the Belgian Financial market? Send us your application; we will be happy to meet you!

Company description

With more than 550 consultants the group BK CONSULTING is targeting itself as a recognized player in business consultancy and project management within the financial and energy industry.

Our growing operations in France, Belgium and Luxembourg deliver our professional services and managed services to major institutions. We have a strong business and IT acumen in the company and opportunities in our niche markets at a European scale.

Our company's culture is built around customer service, honesty and respect. These values are shared by our team members and deeply rooted in our group.

BK CONSULTING is continuously seeking for new members to accompany its growth. Check our opportunities and apply for a first interview. We will be happy to meet you!

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