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Software Development Engineer


Job Description: 

The ideal candidate for this role will be responsible for working within the ICT development team to deliver enhancements, new initiatives and resolve live issues with a full understanding of the standard system development life cycle (define, build, test) and proven track record of delivery.


Here’s what you can expect to be doing in the role

  • Deliver solutions according to the agreed project timelines
  • Contribute and adhere to coding standards, best practices, and procedures
  • Ensure accurate scoping and allocation of time for development required
  • Participate in team knowledge management and make recommendations for continuous improvement of SDLC
  • Willing to try new things and embrace open source technologies
  • Assist and mentor junior members within the team


A little about who you are

  • 3-year diploma or degree with Information Technology being the core subject
  • Minimum of 3 to 5 years' working experience as a C# .net developer (.Net Framework)
  • Proven track record in taking projects through the Software Development Life Cycle.
  • Design, develop, and deliver new features using RESTful API’s and related services
  • Working experience with the following technologies/tools
    • Front end JS framework experience (Angular 2+, Bootstrap, React etc.).
    • .Net Core, MySql, RabbitMQ
    • Git
  • Experience with Continuous Integration and Deployment workflows
  • Assist in requirements identification and in producing specifications
  • Excellent practical knowledge of OOP concepts and SOLID principles
  • Support the creation and maintenance of technical documentation


Cape Town, South Africa,


SUMMIT Africa Recruitment


No education

Job Category: 

Information Technology (IT),Retail

Working Experience: 

3 to 5 years

Contract Type: 

Full Time



Salary Frequency: 


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