Nombre de vacanteSoftware Engineer .NET
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DescripciónDo you enjoy being an important part of a team that is building a cloud platform for the future and working in a fun and collaborative team environment? If so, then this job might be the one for you!! You will work alongside a team of colleagues to lead, developer and deliver Sage’s next generation small business cloud platform.You’ll be joining a team of developers, designers, testers and analysts that are working on one of the world’s largest online business platforms in Financial Tech: Sage Business Cloud. It’s a global product that is used by start-ups, entrepreneurs and business builders the world over.Sage is passionate about building a culture in which our colleagues feel they can bring their whole selves to work, where people know they will be judged on their performance and behavior, and not on their identity.