Ref: JFI 090520235_1683630735

Lead Software Engineer (.NET & AWS)

England, London

  • £80,000 to £115,000 GBP
  • Developer Role
  • Skills: AWS, React, Node.js, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, .NET, Cloud, Cloud Architecture, Infrastructure, APIs, Developer, Full Stack Developer, Back-End Developer, Back End, Frontend, Full-Stack
  • Level: Mid-level

Job description

Lead Software Engineer (.NET & AWS)

JFI 090520235_1683630735

***** Please apply if you are legally authorised to work in the UK and do not require sponsorship *****

We are looking for an ambitious hand on Lead Software Engineer, who is eager to explore cutting-edge technologies and passionate about cloud-based tech.

Your responsibilities:

* Technical leader and focal point for the team - ensuring software is well designed and of high quality.
* Perform hands-on development and actively contribute to the code base including peer review of code.
* Leading a small team of junior-mid level developers, providing oversight, and mentoring where necessary
* Maintaining code quality with automated tests and best practices

Your experience:

* Strong commercial experience as a Software Engineer
* Strong experience with cloud computing using AWS Serverless Architecture.
* Experience with continuous integration and deployment tools
* Highly proficient in C#,.Net Core Framework
* Experience with RESTful API, Relational Database, and both SQL and NoSQL databases
* A good communicator with the ability to verbalise conceptual thoughts and the willingness to bring in your own ideas.

The team is based in central London, have incorporated a hybrid WFH policy and regularly get together for collaborative workshops and team activities.
To apply to this role, please send an up-to-date CV to or call for a discussion on 0191 338 7604.

Jefferson Frank is the Amazon Web Services (AWS) recruiter of choice. We work with organisations worldwide to find and deliver the best AWS professionals on the planet. Backed by private equity firm TPG Growth, we have an experienced servicing the AWS.