ASP.NET/ C# Programmer – Leader in International Technology – Cathcart Associates Asia Co., Ltd.

ASP.NET/ C# Programmer – Leader in International Technology

30-Aug-16

jobsDB Ref. JTH300003001193958

ASP.NET/ C# Programmer

Bangkok

Ref. 0VR/1197

 

High Technology Firm is seeking an ASP.NET or C# Programmer to join them and their team of experts. The company have become a powerhouse in their field and have since gained an excellent reputation for providing solutions to their customers.

My client offer a friendly working environment, great inside project, special benefits, and convenient facilities in their work place.

In order to join them, you will be enthusiastic, self-motivated, driven and an excellent communicator who can work closely with other IT professionals including Systems Analysts and their oversea team.

The successful candidate must have at least 4 year working experience and meet the following requirements: 

  •          Experienced ASP.NET or C# or Both
  •          Very familiar with MS SQL or Oracle or both
  •          Experienced Web App or Win App or Both
  •          Strong at MVC framework
  •          Knowledge of working with various platforms such as Windows or Unix
  •          Good English Command
  •          Good problem solving and communication skills. 

This is an enviable opportunity that will allow you to progress your career in a stimulating and challenging environment. You will be rewarded with a very competitive salary and career benefits and you will be working in a highly skilled and international team..

If you’re interested in this role and keen to find out more, please apply online and/or call Benjaporn on 020 105 6336.

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    Cathcart Associates Asia Co., Ltd.

    Career Level

    Middle

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    4 years

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    Employment Type

    Full Time

    Benefits

    Five-day work week

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