Windows .NET Consultant. Be the human face of software. | Sydney/Melbourne, Australia.
at Mongoose Gray in London
($140000 per year)
Content to be a small cog in a big wheel? Then this isn’t for you.
Keen to be a brand ambassador? – the one clients come to for expert advice? Step this way.
A well-established, investor-backed, software house. We’re innovative, entrepreneurial, and collaborative. That means you won’t be bogged down in bureaucracy. You’ll be making a difference.
We need a technical consultant who’ll own every stage of solutions: from concept and design to development and delivery into client sites. And you’ll be just as confident and comfortable with clients and stakeholders as you are with ERP and BPO. We want a charismatic, clear-talking human being, not a humanoid.
You have a technical background , ideally as a programmer (C#.NET or Java), but you’ve moved into a consulting-type role. You’re articulate, engaging, and self-motivated. You’re a problem-solver, in business and in technology. You understand project management, the software development life cycle, and structured programming methods and controls.
Day to day, you’ll be providing design-documented, supportable and extensible solutions. And you’ll be supporting partners, clients, and fellow consultants. But this is no humdrum desk job. There’ll be domestic and international travel, but with significant scope for remote working – we value the work/life balance.
On offer is a salary of up to AUD 140,000 + excellent package + share options. We look forward to hearing from you. And remember you don’t fish without a hook. No resumes without a cover letter, please.
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