Job title: .net Developer - C# - Application Support - York
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £40,000.00
Location: York
Job published: 2020-05-22
Job ID: 32068
Contact name: Richard Padget
Phone number: 0161 714 7120
Contact email:

Job Description

.net Developer C# application support York, Leeds (West Yorkshire)

Candour have been engaged a thriving niche software house who are looking to add a .net Developer C# to their application support team. The organisation have experienced little effect from the current global climate and are looking to invest heavily in their team & offering over the next 12 months.

They offer ample onsite parking, great pension & healthcare schemes and flexi-time. Remote interviewing & onboarding can also be accommodated during these times.

The role:

Our client are looking for a mid-level developer that can work on the maintenance and enhancements team, doing small features, bug fixes, and helping with some maintenance.

The main application is written in a mixture of C# & Duties will include:

Support & Operations related

  • Urgent production issue code investigations
  • Proactively monitor error reports to identify unknown bugs which will then be prioritised for fix
  • Application updates in response to 3rd party integration changes  

 Ongoing Maintenance

  • Small new feature requests from customers
  • Assisting with infrastructure upgrades/migrations where developer time is needed, keeping us up to date with bug fixes and reducing risk of security vulnerabilities
  • General bug fixes
  • Updating 3rd party libraries


  • Updating our internal Support Application and creating internal tooling
  • Input to projects where new technologies are being considered to ensure that Operational requirements are considered

A full job description and company information is available to candidates meeting the above minimum criteria, please apply in the first instance with your latest CV outlining your salary expectations & availability for an immediate response.