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4 months ago
Interlink Recruitment
Salary: £20 - £40 per hour
Location: Leeds
Job type: Temporary
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Steven Baylis
Sector: Information Technology
Category: Legal IT Jobs

Founded over 80 years ago, based in Leeds, this prestigious law firm is currently looking for a Developer within LawFusion on a contract basis.

With offices in Yorkshire, the North West and London, this firm is looking for an ideal candidate that can help them bridge the gap between program and user, to enable the firm to get the maximum benefits possible to enable them to better service their clients.

What we're looking for is an individual with previous experience using LawFusion, along with developing and maintaining other CMSs within a legal environment. It's imperative that you have comprehensive knowledge of LawFusion, being able to code according to the latest standards, with having a background in SQL and ideally C# and .NET framework.

We are open to those contracts who wish to have flexibility in their work, being able to offer either part-time and full-time hours. Depending on requirements, this could go from a short-term to long-term contract.

If you're interested in this role, please click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. If you are starting your job search and your CV isn't quite ready or indeed if this job isn't quite right for you, please contact Steven Baylis onfor a confidential discussion on your career.

You can view more opportunities on the Interlink website. Please note, our advertisements use salary and experience as a guide only. Interlink Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer.

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