Senior Systems Analyst/Fullstack Developer (£50,000 - £65,000)

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City Of London, London
17 Jul 2017
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Systems Analyst/Fullstack Developer/Microsoft Stack Developer/London x2


Asset Management

Permanent £50,000 - £65,000 Per annum +Benefits

We have a very promising opportunity for a Senior Systems Analyst/ Full Stack Developer to join one of the most reputable & largest investment management companies in world. Working in a fast paced and rapidly growing environment, the successful candidate will be a point of contact in development & completion of applications to facilitate the traders daily. You will be expected to design, code, test, correct, and document simple programs across the current estate. Assisting in the implementation of software which forms part of a properly engineered information or communications systems.

Key Requirements:


  • Minimum of 5 years technical development experience
  • Proficiency in C# and VB
  • Solid knowledge of T-SQL
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively within various levels of the organization
  • Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services
  • Willingness to undertake a range of tasks including software maintenance, enhancement and integration work; design and development; analysis of requirements; analysis of technical/support issues and testing
  • Previous experience supporting technical needs at an investment manager or similar financial firm highly desired
  • Experience and skills in building sophisticated Server Side and desktop services and applications in C# utilising best-practice tools and technologies that deliver high-quality software solutions
  • Report writing/design experience (Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, Crystal Reports, and Business Objects etc.)

Technical Skills

  • .NET technologies and languages including but not limited to Visual Studio, C#.NET, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, Entity Frameworks, MVC, WCF, XML Web Services, WebApi,
  • SQL Server, Sybase or Oracle RDBMS
  • REST,
  • Bachelor's degree (2.1 or better) from an established recognised university in a technical subject