Delphi Developer – 40K

East Midlands


IT


£35000 - £40000 per annum + Remote, Pension, Bonus


23/11/2021



Delphi Developer, Delphi Programmer, Software Developer, Desktop/Windows, WEB Services, Delphi 6, RAD Studio, XML, JSON, SVN, Jenkins, Firebird, C#, Agile/Scrum – Budget for career development & training 40K

Expanding Highly successful British Software House is looking for a Delphi Developer to join an existing team to work on business-critical applications.

ROLE: Due to winning new contracts this Delphi programming team has some exciting and business-critical/real-time projects that they are currently working on as well as having in the pipeline. You will be working in a small internal development team.

You must be competent and even an expert in some areas: Delphi 6, RAD Studio, XML, JSON, SVN, Jenkins, Firebird – any knowledge in C# will be a big bonus.

As one of the Delphi Developers, your primary focus will find you having responsibility for some of the companies business-critical solutions. These are desktop applications written in Delphi 6. You will need strong knowledge & experience of full product development & ownership from the database design through the backend & frontend.

Feel free to email me for a spec jo.bevington @ ascentpeople .co .uk – 0.7.7.9.6.1.5.7.0.3

Salary & Bens: up to 40K base, Pension, Health, Life Assurance, free car parking, Flexi hours. Must be able to drive as this office is not accessible by public transport. Based in the East Midlands commutable from Nottingham, Newark & Derby.

If you believe you fit the role, then please click apply for immediate consideration. Your CV will come straight to my inbox and I shall contact you soon after. If you don’t have a CV ready just send me an email and we can talk through the role and you can get a CV together later. Find me on LinkedIn – Jo Bevington or Twitter @ITRecruiterJo

Candidates of all ages and backgrounds will be considered for this role. Ascent People is acting as an employment agency in respect to this role.

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