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C# Developer - midlevel (Pretoria)

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Job Description: 

Our Client in Pretoria, Gauteng, has a permanent role available for a C# Developer (midlevel). The successful candidate will report directly to the Software Development Manager. It is important that the successful candidate must be able to speak Afrikaans & English fluently.  All their clients are Afrikaans speaking, hence the importance of the matter.

This is an office based job (Silverlakes, Pretoria).

Responsibilities:

  • The development and maintenance of retail and forecourt software systems.
  • Support for existing systems.
  • Direct communication and support to end users.
  • Housekeeping of databases.
  • Documentation and testing of bespoke software solutions.
  • Day to day tasks and administration.
  • Wiling to travel occasionally; and
  • Willing to be on standby.

 

Skills, Qualifications and General Requirements:

  • Grade 12 qualification.
  • Fluent in Afrikaans and English (all their clients are Afrikaans speaking).
  • ITIL qualification.
  • 3 Years’ functional programming experience using C# including Windows Forms Applications.

  • Basic network knowledge.
  • Experience in rest and hardware integration will be advantageous.
  • Experience in Syncthing, Wep API’s, PHP/HTML and Linux will be advantageous.
  • Experience in Prowalco/Toheim/Wayne fuel pump protocols will be advantageous.
  • Computer literacy and knowledge of the MS Office package.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; and
  • Must be willing to work in a team.

Location: 

Pretoria, South Africa,

Company: 

Cape National Recruitment Pty Ltd.

Education: 

No education

Job Category: 

Agriculture

Working Experience: 

3 to 5 years

Contract Type: 

Full Time

Salary: 

R1 to R2

Salary Frequency: 

Monthly

Job Reference #: 

2853990078

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