Brisbane .NET Developer Position

We need a .Net developer for a permanent position in Brisbane

We need a .Net developer for a permanent position in Brisbane!

Requirements for this position

  • You have lots of experience developing in .Net (C# or Visual Basic)
  • You have experience using a source control tool
  • You have the permanent legal right to work in Australia
  • You have excellent presentation and inter-personal skills
  • You have excellent written and spoken English
  • You are willing to live in Brisbane, Australia
  • You are willing to code exclusively in C#

    Preferred but not absolutely required

  • You have experience developing numerous applications
  • You have a tertiary qualification in IT/Engineering
  • You have an MCAD, MCSD or can demonstrate deep knowledge of .Net

    Intangible criteria

  • You are a developer, not a programmer
  • You are passionate about coding
  • You are a self-directed learner

    Do NOT apply if

  • Your idea of multi-tiered development is to drag and drop database connections onto a form (lb:That's my favourite bit!)
  • You need to be spoon-fed ideas

    Advantech was founded in 2002. We try to make Advantech Software the best place a developer can work. (lb: This is true! They do a great job of this!)

    The company is profitable and growing. Advantech supports workplace diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, or any of the other things people should not use for discrimination.

    To apply, please email your resume to us using the following address or call (07) 3852 5811 for more information.

    (Recognise the advert? It's based on one from eric sink's blog, and some ideas from the aus dot net mailing list.)


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