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Developer - Green Light Ps Pty Ltd, Melbourne

Published 2021-12-04
Expires 2022-01-04
ID #771914554
260000 AU$
Developer - Green Light Ps Pty Ltd, Melbourne
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published December 4, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Developer - green light ps pty ltd


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React Native Developer React Native, Mobile Apps, C#, 12 months Green Light Australia are looking for a talented mobile application, React Native developer to join us in transforming the way our client works on a 12 month contract engagement. Flexible work location Melbourne, Darwin or Adelaide. Duties: Identify & scope business requirements Develop technical solutions for mobile apps Application development Unit/System/Integration/Performance testing Agile Framework Assist with development estimates preparation and development of system documentation Functional documentation and, sometimes, technical design Requirement: Strong background with React Native and C# Development of Native applications across iOS and Android Technology stack: ASP.NET and.NET Core SQL Server Angular or React Typescript Mobile experience with either Native or cross platform (i.e. Xamarin or Cordova) Agile Bachelor's Degree in IT 2-4 years of relevant commercial experience in similar role Green Light is one of Australia's most successful and fastest growing IT services businesses. We offer a wide range of IT services in Security, infrastructure and Systems Integration to a diverse customer base throughout Australia, New Zealand, SE Asia and Europe.

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    Green Light Ps Pty Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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