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Do you speak our language? We’re recruiting for tech talent in the north east

We’ve got some good news here at NCFE – we’re hiring! We’re looking to recruit a number of full stack software developers at all levels to join the growing team at our Quorum Business Park office in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Do you have working experience in developing C# and .Net based applications? Are you comfortable in developing web-based applications and services using ASP.Net, MVC and WEB API?

Our new developers will work on both front and back end solutions, including the development of a new solution that will streamline the workflow of our 350 plus workforce. We already have an amazing team here in our IT department and we now need to scale up to deliver this exciting new project, which really is a green field site when it comes to technology.

NCFE is a registered charity and national Awarding Organisation providing a range of educational services which comprises of a range of business units including vocational awarding, apprenticeship services and more. We’re committed to changing lives through learning and we’ve already supported millions of UK learners as they take the journey into employment.

NCFE is an exciting place to be a developer and our IT team underpins the back office support for all business units. We’re looking for the best in the industry who have a passion for code and finding innovative solutions to help build and shape the future.

As well as a competitive salary, flexible hours and an agile working framework in place for large projects, when you join our team you will have access to high-spec equipment and an MSDN Ultimate license, using emerging technologies to shape the future of awards and learning.

Still need some convincing? As well as all the perks above, we’re also dedicated to personal development. At NCFE you’ll be able to build on your skills and attend workshops and conferences for further learning. We even give you £200 to develop your own interests – that could be anything from pet first aid to singing! It doesn’t get much better than that.

Ready to apply? Send over your CV to our recruitment team on [email protected].

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