Senior C# Developer Role - 90% Remote
A wealth management company in London are looking for a Senior C# Developers to join their team on a remote working basis. If you can demonstrate significant C# commercial development experience and value having autonomy and a purpose in the workplace this could be for you.
What will you be doing?
As a Senior C# Developer, you'll report directly to the CTO, working on all aspects of the software development lifecycle. You'll be responsible for requirements gathering, planning, designing, coding and testing. Producing solutions that will target numerous technologies in Azure, you'll implement business requirements for data processing, modelling and system integrations. You'll be joining a team whose development processes involve working with Scrum, 2 week sprints, daily stand ups, conducting unit tests and code reviews. Furthermore, you'll be working with HTML5, CSS3, Angular, C# v5, Visual Studio 2017, Git and npm.
What skills/experience should you have?
- Significant commercial development experience in C#
- Solid understanding of common design patterns
- Good numeracy skills
- Knowledge of Microsoft Azure
Who will you be working for?
As a Senior C# Developer you'll be working for an established management company in London with the majority of your time being spent working remotely. You'll be joining an organisation that works with a wide range of customers and prides itself on building lasting professional relationships. If you want to join an organisation that places a great emphasis on the importance of integrity and invests heavily in its staff, then this may be the perfect fit for you.
What can we offer you?
- Flexible working
- Whatever tools you need - Within reason!
- Pension scheme
- Generous holiday package
If you have the ability to help extend the company's backend capabilities, then this could be the role you've been seeking.
Interested? Get in touch, today.
Sthree UK is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
This job was originally posted as www.jobsite.co.uk/job/959498736