Urgent position: - Contractor: - Senior .Net Developer - Urgent position - JHB based.


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Jun 2, 2016
Urgent position: - Contractor: - Senior .Net Developer - Urgent position - JHB based.
Job Description
Extendable contract.
Senior .Net developer for a 6 - 12 month contract
The candidate should be a full stack .Net developer (10+ years’ experience).
  • C#
  • VB.Net (legacy systems)
  • HTML
  • JavaScript/jQuery/Ajax/Json
  • Twitter Bootstrap
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Transaction-SQL
  • ASP.Net
  • Model View Controller (MVC)
  • RESTful API (also using MVC pattern)
  • EntityFramework
  • XML Web Services (mainly used for Ajax calls between UI and server side code)
  • SOLID development principles
This position will entail maintenance development, upgrade development and development of new projects.
Their current software (mainly web applications) is developed in ASP.Net and MVC with SQL Server databases. They are currently implementing a set of WEB Api services. These are the new products.
The salary range/offer is R 40 000 - R 50 000 per month. Can lead to a full-time position is candidate impresses in the first 6 months. The focus is on a Senior .Net Developer mainly on C#. (doesn't necessarily have to meet every criteria above but at least 8-10 years experience {or more} and C# a must)
Job Type: Contract

E-mail CV: - chantalmolivier@outlook.com


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Mar 4, 2006
I came across this post a little by accident due to research I was doing , but heres some feedback as someone who fulfills all the requirements for the job :

1. For a full time salary , this job should be paying R60,000 to R80,000 per month. You will not get someone with 10 years experience for less unless they are pretty bad.
2. For a contract position , it would be another 25% more.
3. Can lead to a full-time position is candidate impresses in the first 6 months ??? LOL. This is a sellers market , and the company should be impressing the candidate in the first 6 months. Not the other way around.

Do some research before you post lowball offers and waste your own time :

Heres some guessing : The reason this job is posted is because the developer quit because the company was underpaying them. Now , they're looking for someone to replace them at the same salary and are battling to do it. Its been dragging out and has subsequently become urgent.


Resident Rodent
Aug 22, 2006
You must be "new" here. Chantelle here specialises in job ads with ridiculous requirements vs. salary offered.

She once even managed to hijack a subforum and got it made read-only so only she could post in there. Does not handle criticism well...