|Job Ref:||204769753||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Hampshire||City:||Hampshire||Address:||Post Code:||GU12||Salary:||£428 - £429/day||Post Date:||12/10/2016 03:36|
Net and MS Access Developer |
This post is in the interim whilst we are looking for a permanent candidate.
Developer required to work 4 days a week on a specific project called Digital and 1 day a week with the IT Departments Development Team.
The Digital project is delivering a new technology platform and applications as part of the County Councils digital transformation. Working on a dedicated programme in a team focussing on analytics the post holder will be migrating data from MS Access to SQL Server and repointing any existing forms/reports to SQL Server. This is to support the production of reports and analytics. The role will also involve ensuring existing application front ends are still operational through migration.
Essential skills: Strong knowledge and working experience in:
* Microsoft Access (Awareness of structures - tables, data queries, macros)
* Microsoft SQL Sever DBA (Creating tables, views, some stored procedures)
* VBA (able to interpret logic not write it).
IT Development Team
* SQL Server 2008+ programming including SSIS
* (url removed) 3.5/4/4.5/4.6 ((url removed)/C#), including:
o Web forms development
o WCF services/clients
* N-tier development
* OOP design patterns
* Using TFS for source control and team collaboration
* Coding to accessibility standards
* Secure coding techniques (working to OWASP standards)
* Deploying applications in IIS7 onwards
Must be able to communicate with customers, managers and colleagues under pressure and possess good written skills for documentation. Experience of delivering to tight timescales in a new development team.
Desirable skills: Knowledge/experience in:
* Dell BOOMI Integration Bus
We will be looking for a start date ASAP after the interview process.
The start date on the advert is deliberately further out than intended. This is because it is easier on this system to bring the start date in than to push it out.
No shift or working from home.
Any candidates being interviewed please share your start date availability and holiday plans during the interview