C# Developer Recruitment & Jobs in the UK

We specialise in recruiting for C# software development roles for companies within the electronics and embedded systems sector. This popular programming language is frequently used with embedded software devices, and our experience working with clients developing this kind of technology means we have exceptional knowledge of the skills and experience their candidates require.

Current C# Jobs in the UK

View our current C# developer jobs and C# contract jobs above, or get in touch if there is nothing that currently fits you. We don’t list all our roles on the website immediately, so we may still have a suitable role available.

Skills and Responsibilities of a C# Developer

  • The embedded C# requirements we recruit for often need C# software engineers to programme C# in Windows 10 IOT core, so experience with this operating system is essential.
  • Many of our clients also require candidates to have relevant skills and experience in developing GUIs using C#.
  • We have occasionally been asked to recruit candidates with C# skills for clients who want to set up automated test frameworks for their Windows products.
  • The modern C# opportunities we recruit for require C# software engineers to programme in both embedded and Windows environments, meaning that candidates often need a diverse range of C# programming experience.
  • Aside from having the relevant C# programming language experience, our clients sometimes require software engineers to support embedded software tasks on Bare Metal, RTOS and Linux as well.
  • We often work with software engineering candidates who can do both C# development task work and embedded software tasks. A good example of this is doing the embedded C# development and then developing a C# user interface on a device.
  • Why KO2?

    With electronic devices becoming increasingly connected in the world of IoT, electronics embedded systems businesses are now requiring C# software skills more often as they look to develop UI applications to support their devices.

    We have 25 years of experience recruiting C# software engineers for electronic embedded system companies. C# skills have typically been needed on all kinds of C# developer jobs and C# contract jobs; GUIs, desktop applications and automated test frameworks.

    Our clients typically require candidates with C# skills for running Windows 10 IoT core on their embedded software devices. We otherwise recruit C# engineers for clients wanting to develop desktop or GUI applications to support their embedded software devices.

    We have experience placing C# software engineers who can use C# within electronics embedded systems businesses. Having this industry experience tends to allow the C# developer to hit the ground running quicker with the project work, as they understand what different electronic or embedded software products need.

    C Sharp Jobs UK – FAQs

    Who is the main C# software development company in the UK?

    According to The Manifest, the top five C# software development companies in the UK are One Beyond, Influential Software, Objective, Geeks Ltd and Instil Software. These companies have been chosen because of their positive reviews, the quality and cost of their work, their NPS scores and their notable projects.

    Is C# developer a good career?

    C# is an incredibly versatile programming language which means that there’s a lot of potential in a career as a C# developer. Not only can you write code that has applications in a range of different engineering industries, but the salary prospects for C# engineers are very good in comparison to other engineering roles, so once you specialise in this area you can expect to be compensated well for it.

    What is a C# developer’s salary?

    According to data from CW Jobs, the average annual salary for a C# developer in the UK is £52,500. This is a role that requires a fair amount of specialist experience, which is why the average salary is relatively high.

    Get in touch

    We would love to speak to you and find out more about what you’re looking for.