C# Developer Rx.NET - Remote Process

Employer
Client Server Ltd.
Location
Little London, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
1 Oct 2020

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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C# Developer / .Net Software Engineer (C# .Net Core Rx.NET). Global FinTech is seeking a skilled C# Developer to design and develop highly complex C# .Net trading applications working across the full development lifecycle from requirements through to delivery.

As a C# Developer you'll join a supportive Agile team with a focus on backend development of web based trading systems for desktop applications. You'll be working with a modern tech stack including .Net Core and Rx.Net.

Driven by technology this company is able to offer a remote interview / onboarding process and 100% work from home at least until the end of the year with flexibility going forward. When you are in the City based office you can enjoy a collaborative software house environment, modern open plan offices with free breakfast, drinks and snacks and quiet break out areas.

Requirements:
*Strong C# backend development experience including multi-threading
*Familiar or keen to learn work with C# .Net Core
*Experience with Reactive Extensions Rx.NET
*Good knowledge of Computer Science fundamentals such as Design Patterns, Algorithms, Data Structures
*Collaborative and keen to learn / share ideas
*Degree educated (2.1 or above); Computer Science preferred

As a C# Developer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (to £60k), bonus and a comprehensive benefits package including pension, medical care, life assurance, season ticket loan, childcare vouchers, 25 days holiday and much more (and of course have the latest kit in the office).

Apply now or call to find out more about this C# Developer / Engineer (C# .Net Core Rx.NET) opportunity.
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