Software Engineer (ReactJS) - Disruptive FinTech

Understanding Recruitment Ltd
Covent Garden
£60k - £90k pa + Bonus, Pens, Health
25 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Software Engineer (ReactJS) - Disruptive FinTech Software Engineer (ReactJS) - A FinTech held in incredibly high acclaim amongst the world's leading financial powers are looking for an ambitious Software Engineer (ReactJS) to join their brand new start up spin off specialising in FX markets. You have the chance to work with technology that shapes the financial trading world. As a fast growing company, we are offering the Software Engineer (ReactJS) the following: * The chance to work for a truly disruptive FX FinTech in a Full Stack Capacity using Java8, JavaScript (ReactJS, AngularJS) * Exposure to cutting edge tech's such as OpenFin, Google Cloud Platform etc * Client interaction and the chance to learn more about this fascinating industry * Unrivalled career progression The Software Engineer (ReactJS) will work on both server side & front end trading applications for our esteemed client base. You as the successful Software Engineer (ReactJS) will be working closely with world leaders in their field solving complex problems with FX. You will work in a highly skilled team of developers working in a very highly transactional, multi-threaded environment and be given the chance to bring ideas and innovation to the table. This is a very unique opportunity to break into what is traditionally a very hard industry to get in to. We have a unique business model where you will be given every chance to progress your career in the exciting world of finance. The Software Engineer (ReactJS) will be creative and be heavily involved in design and innovation. Key Tech Skills: ReactJS, OpenFin, Core Java, Google Cloud Platform, TDD, JavaScript Apply now for immediately consideration for this excellent Software Engineer (ReactJS) opportunity! Understanding Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this Software Engineer (ReactJS) vacancy
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