You're a C# Developer and you're considering your options. You've come to the right place.
You could a graduate looking to start their career in C# development, or you're looking for your second job, or you're a seasoned expert looking to make the next step - we definitely have a role for you.
Don't worry - you only need to have financial experience if you're at the absolute top end of the salary bracket.
You'll be working with experienced developers to build a brand new financial trading platform, used by portfolio managers across the world. All features are new, as the company are heavily backed by one of the most successful Hedge Funds in the world. You'll be using C#, React and a range of other technologies. If you want to learn, here's the place to do so. If you're a 2020 or 2021 graduate, there's a role for you here.
Progress your career, most likely your second or third job, in asset management. You'll build various systems to help business users, such as Portfolio Managers (the one's moving money around), Risk Managers, C-Suite and the rest of the business. You'll use a range of technology, mostly C#. Some applications have been built using WPF, others use Angular, so there's a range of tech, old and new to work with.
Both companies above have senior positions open. Whether you prefer to work with WPF, Angular or React along with C#, we have you covered. You'll come right in and hit the ground running in either team, mentoring juniors, leading the build out of new features and expanding your knowledge. It's not essential to have financial knowledge, but for the asset manager an understanding of fixed income would be pretty key, especially if you're coming in at a higher salary.
So, if you're a C# developer looking to work in a collaborative environment, we've got you covered.
You don't need to send an up-to-date CV, we can work on that together once we've worked out which role is going to be most suited to your background.
Ready to progress? We look forward to hearing from you.