Windows Developer F# C# Net - Finance

C# Team
United Kingdom
£70,000 to £100,000 + bonus + benefits
07 Oct 2017
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Windows Developer / Software Engineer (F# C# .Net PowerShell SQL/MSQL). Leading quantitative trading firm is seeking a skilled Windows Developer to join a small, talented team. You will utilise F# technologies to design and develop tools and applications for user and group administration, hardware/software inventory, operating system builds, software deployment, system monitoring, auditing, reporting and enhancing trader productivity. As the only Windows Developer within this technology-driven organisation you will drive key projects throughout the full development lifecycle, from gathering requirements through to delivery and beyond to introducing enhancements based on stakeholder feedback. Based in the City, you will be working in a friendly, informal environment with a causal dress code. Requirements for a Windows Developer / Software Engineer: - Strong Windows development skills - Experience of C#, PowerShell, and SQL/MSSQL - Likely to be degree educated - Ideally, financial experience - F# experience would be desirable As a Windows Developer / Software Engineer your contribution will be recognised with a competitive salary (to £100,000), plus bonus and benefits package. Send your CV or call today for more information on this Windows Developer / Software Engineer opportunity. Job Role: Windows Developer / Software Engineer Location: London, City Salary: £70,000 to £100,000 + bonus + benefits This Windows Developer / Software Engineer vacancy is being advertised by Client Server Ltd. Client Server is a leading recruitment consultancy specialising in technical positions in IT, the services advertised are those of an Employment Agency. We recruit across a range of sectors including finance and banking, software houses, innovative technology start-ups, media, telecommunications, eCommerce and consultancies. We will never send your CV without your permission.
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