Job Description


Lead Developer (C#, WPF, SQL)

Location: Camden, London
Contract: Permanent
Salary: Competitive plus Benefits
Closing date:
Job description

Job Title: Lead Developer (C#, WPF, SQL)
Department: Technology
Reporting to: Solution Architect

The Department:

Product Development creates and innovates the software needed to run our global online B2C gaming operations, including systems for Customer Service, Marketing, CRM, brand website development, DWH/BI, web analytics and the supporting frameworks and tools for one of the largest global online gaming groups. Our dynamic environment is fast paced, using Agile and self-organizing principles for our teams to deliver the highest quality new products.


Purpose of Job:

The Lead Developer works alongside the Solution architects to design the architecture of features to be implemented by the development team. They will be responsible for ensuring that these designs are implemented by the team using technically sound practices and to a high quality. Additionally, they will undertake the day-to-day managerial duties of the team, such as recruitment, reviews, and general administration.


Essential Criteria:

  • Strong leadership skills
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Excellent understanding of C#, WPF, SQL Server and Queue based systems
  • Architectural knowledge and experience (e.g. SOA, Micro-services, scaling, distributed caching)
  • Experience with building services (e.g. Web API or WCF)
  • Experience with build and deployment tools (e.g. MSBuild, TeamCity, OctopusDeploy)
  • Experience with unit testing (NUnit, MSTest, Moq)
  • Experience with source control systems (Git, TFS)
  • Experience leading a development team
  • Experience with MS Workflow Foundation


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