113 Chancery Lane
04 Jul 2022
Salary Details:
Up to £70,000 plus 3% flex allowance after 3 months and comprehensive benefits
Job Type:

The Role

Join a team that ensures the Solicitors of England and Wales have everything they need from the Law Society at their fingertips. The Law Society web site has both an infrastructure and infomediary role as well as being the route to market and transaction hub for the vast portfolio of Law Society products. If you’re a great developer with .NET, C# or Sitecore experience we need you to join this team to ensure the site is fit for the lawyer of the future.

What we're looking for

Key skills and experience

  • You’ve led development of C#/.NET Core and solid design principles
  • Experience in working in a DevOps environment, with a good understanding of the development lifecycle and automated CI/CD pipelines
  • Adapt at creating and integrating React components and scenes into content management renderings
  • Exposure to cloud technologies, preferably Azure
  • API development experience is advantageous 

What's in it for you

We offer a generous flexible benefits package, a friendly working environment and the opportunity to develop your career within a professional organisation. 

We believe in the benefits of a diverse workforce and strongly welcome applications from those currently under-represented in the organisation, including LGBT+ people, people with disabilities and people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.

Salary is commensurate with skills experience.

Please note: if you are an internal applicant, Pay Policy will apply. 

To apply, please submit a CV and supporting statement (no more than 500 words) clearly demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the role. A practical developer test will be part of the recruitment process.

The Law Society represents solicitors in England and Wales. From negotiating with and lobbying the profession's regulators, government and other decision makers, to offering training and advice, we're here to help, protect and promote solicitors.