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June 5, 2019

Software Developer Role (ASP.NET/VBWEB/MVC)


Join one of the most successful companies in the sector for housing management software!

Pad Group whose products include Studentpad and Localpad are leading developers of online accommodation software and through continued growth are looking for an additional ASP/NET developer to join the team.



BROUGH E.YORKS – 37.5 HOURS PER WEEK – wages on application

You will have at least 2 year’s experience in VB.NETor C#.NET and have a good working knowledge of:-

  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • CSS
  • HTML
  • T-SQL
  • Visual Studio

It would be highly beneficial if you have experience with any of the following:

  • Kendo UI
  • LINQ / XPath
  • Affinity Photo / Adobe Photoshop
  • W3C Standards
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • SOAP Webservices

Your main focus will be supporting our core software which is written in VB.NETWebforms, T-SQL With SOAP XML Webservices as well as creating new customer websites. Excellent communication skills are a must as you will be speaking directly to customers to understand what they need so we can deliver an outstanding service.  

Person Specification:

Candidates will need to be well organised, comfortable working to deadlines, have a keen eye for detail, an inquisitive nature and enjoy the process of solving problems.

This role would suit someone looking to gain a seat in a growing and creative development team. The role offers the opportunity for flexibility in working hours and chance to make a personal contribution to both the team and our customers.

Our Culture:


“We are a hardworking organisation who like to have fun whilst being flexible, genuine, trustworthy and forward thinking. Above all else we are customer focused.”

What marks us out: “Every time something good happens, we celebrate it. Whenever anything bad happens then we go out of our way to fix it.”

We want to be better at: “Being focused upon profitability”

Send your cover letter & CV to team@pad-group.com by Friday, 14th June 2019.

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