Location: Vimercate, Monza e Brianza, Italy

Department: Financial Services

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Fincons Group, realtà di dimensione europea, operante nell’ICT & Business Consulting è alla ricerca di una figura di: 

Rif. A01058

La figura prescelta verrà inserita all'interno di un team progettuale si occuperà di attività di supportare la definizione delle architetture del software oltre a seguire l’analisi tecnica, lo sviluppo e programmazione per la realizzazione e manutenzione di applicazioni basate su tecnologia Microsoft .Net

La figura ideale possiede un’esperienza di 6-7 anni in attività di sviluppo con tecnologie Microsoft.NET.  Requisiti tecnologici richiesti:

  •, MVC 4 e superiori;
  • C# (Framework 4.5),
  • Boostrap.

E’ richiesta inoltre una precedente esperienza nella gestione di team di sviluppo.

Ne completano il profilo buone capacità comunicative, relazionali ed orientamento al raggiungimento degli obiettivi, volontà di inserirsi in un contesto stimolante e innovativo.

Sede di lavoro: Vimercate. È richiesta altresì la disponibilità ad effettuare trasferte.

La ricerca è rivolta a candidati di entrambi i sessi.

Saranno prese in considerazione, altresì, candidature di risorse che risultino appartenenti alle Categorie Protette con percentuale di invalidità superiore al 46%.

I dati saranno trattati e conservati esclusivamente ai fini della presente o di future selezioni, garantendo i diritti di cui all’art. 13 Dlgs 196/03.

Fincons Group è una realtà di dimensione europea, che si pone come partner globale di riferimento per le aziende che perseguono un allineamento tra strategia di business e IT.

La proposta al mercato e ai clienti si riassume in tre elementi fondamentali: consulenza strategica e organizzativa sui processi di business per un supporto di alto livello alle aziende; progettazione e sviluppo di soluzioni IT basate su solide conoscenze tecnologiche; garanzia di qualità ed economicità delle soluzioni grazie ad una Software Factory in italia.

Un’offerta ad alto valore aggiunto, più di 900 risorse, oltre 200 clienti e sedi in Italia, Svizzera, Gran Bretagna e USA, che fanno di Fincons Group uno dei principali player del mercato ICT.

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