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Support and Customer Onboarding Developer

About Us

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AgileCase helps businesses run better processes. Our customers have found that their old database systems, spreadsheets and 'home-built' systems no longer help them cope with their workload and the pace of change. AgileCase lets our customers build a system unique to their needs. Quickly and with no hassle.

AgileCase is expanding and we're growing the team to support our growth. This is a great opportunity to work directly with the founders of a growing start-up. We are looking for a C# Developer to further develop the AgileCase product roadmap and support processes.

You will be working alongside our Product Managers to extend existing features, support customers to help you understand the needs of the product and devise new ways to streamline and enhance existing features.

Requirements

  • Degree in Computing Science or equivalent.
  • Focus on Software Development with some experience of building web based applications.
  • Understanding of agile/scrum methodologies with daily deployment cycles.
  • Great communication skills.

Technical Skills

  • (candidates with other tech stack experience will be considered)
  • ASP.NET / C#
  • SQL Server / SQL Express / MySQL
  • Microsoft Word (you know / understand the concept of building a mail merge within Word)
  • MVC Concepts
  • HTML, CSS and Javascript
  • Twitter Bootstrap UI Framework

Benefits

  • Work from home with a flexible work schedule
  • Top spec hardware to help you do your job
  • Your birthday off as an extra holiday!
  • Company wide bonus when sales goals are met
  • Gain skills in the latest web technologies
  • Weekly Team Lunches, free coffee, soft drinks and snacks (when you're in the office!)
  • Friday Social - the first round is on us
  • A workplace where you are treated as an equal!

Interested?

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Send your CV to with the subject "Support and Customer Onboarding Developer Role" and we'll be in touch to have a conversation.