Experienced .NET Developer - Amsterdam
We are looking for you: An experienced Microsoft .NET (C#) developer who wants to work in Amsterdam for a Dutch software company that is ranked among the leaders in providing 'Travel Technology Solutions' in Europe.
In the Amsterdam office there is a 100% focus on innovation and applied research. You will study the newest technologies, solve challenging problems and build solutions that help our clients advance in the highly competitive travel market.
Working at NetAssist (NetMatch)
… means working in a dynamic, internationally oriented environment. You work together with talented & motivated people who get excited about developing new applications that are used by thousands of people. We are driven by NetMatch's mission to fulfill our clients needs for smart, relevant and technologically outstanding solutions for everyday use. We can and want to enable the impossible and write our chapter in Travel IT history. If you wish to help by building highly scalable applications, innovative user experience and other smart internet solutions then this job is perfect for you.
- Completed bachelor or master degree, with clear ICT component;
- At least 3 years of engineering/programming work experience;
- Ability to communicate technical concepts clearly and effectively;
- Solid programming skills in Microsoft .NET (C#);
- Experience in the architectural and/or technical design part of software engineering is a plus.
Excellent working conditions, flexible working hours, good primary and secondary income package (e.g. 25 vacation days, travel expenses and public transport reimbursement, pension plan, regular visits to relevant technology seminars, training budget).
Come, join our team and apply now
Mail your application including your curriculum vitae and a letter of motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information contact Roelof van Staden, Business Analyst, at +31(0)887779999.
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