8 April 2013

Job Vacancy: VB or C# Software Developer

VB or C# Software Developer(s) – Salary £DOE

Opportunities for new graduates


Paritor Ltd are a well-established company with offices in Exeter and Budleigh Salterton providing systems to administer performing arts education across the UK and beyond. We use the latest cutting-edge expertise to produce back office systems running in traditional office environments and exciting front end facilities that employ web and mobile technologies. Recently we have launched a new social network.

We are continually investing in research and development. Due to our high growth, and the launching of new product offerings, we are seeking enthusiastic individuals to join our young team.

We have a strong track-record of training our own developers and introducing them to the latest technologies. Therefore we will consider graduates with the right aptitude who can demonstrate a desire to extend and enhance their IT knowledge.


The role is to maintain, enhance and support the development of the company’s software products.  Comprehensive training is provided and opportunities are available to develop management skills and involve working with other developers and clients to ensure systems meet customer needs.

Key Responsibilities
  • Develop new features and test software components
  • Maintain software
  • Provide support to clients
  • Design new areas of development
  • Research and introduce new technologies and methods

Technical Skills

  • VB or C# .Net
  • ASP .Net
  • Win Forms
  • SQL Server 2008/2012
  • HTML

  • MVC 3 or 4, Razor
  • Entity Framework 4.0
  • WCF
  • JavaScript, jQuery, JSON


  • Windows 8 Apps
  • Android Apps
  • Iphone/Ipad Apps
  • Mono

Hire Process

CV’s and other relevant information should be sent to Jobs@paritor.co.uk. Interviews will take place in Exeter where candidates will be expected to demonstrate their skills.  Candidates who are successful at this stage will be asked to take an online behavioural profile.

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