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Software Developer C# .Net SQL - Break into Finance

Employer
Client Server
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
28 Jan 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Software Developer London / WfH to £55k

Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# .Net SQL Maths SOLID) *Hybrid WfH*. Would you like to progress your career working on complex financial systems as part of a small Agile team where youll be continually learning and developing your skills?

You could be joining a City based Asset Management firm.

As a Software Developer you will design and develop new components for the web based trading data analytics product. Youll be focussing on backend C# and SQL, theyre migrating to .Net Core and youll also gain exposure to React, TypeScript and WPF on the front end. Youll work directly with front office traders on trading and data analytics / reporting systems.

Theres a remote interview and onboarding process as well as the ability to work at home; in time youll join colleagues in the London, City offices for three days a week with the other two work from home.

Requirements:
  • You have commercial C# .Net backend development experience including multi-threading
  • You have a good knowledge of SQL
  • Experience with .Net Core, React, TypeScript or WPF would be great but not essential; you do need to have the aptitude and desire to learn!
  • Youre collaborative and pragmatic with great communication skills
  • Youre degree educated in a STEM discipline and have a good understanding of mathematics

As a Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer youll earn a competitive salary (to £55k) plus benefits.

Apply now or call 020 8016 4460 to find out more about this Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# .Net SQL Maths SOLID) opportunity.
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