I am working with an exciting US based fintech company who are looking to expand their UK team with an opportunity for a Graduate Developer. The client is one of the global leaders in the hedge fund and mutual fund transfer agencies and has 26,000+ employees across the globe. The office is based in Basildon, Essex. You will be joining a team of 23 developers with 8 based in the UK office.
This is a huge opportunity for a fresh, switched on graduate to get their foot in the door with a global corporate financial tech company.
You will be rewarded with an excellent package that includes:
Salary of up to £50,000
Flexible working policy (Hybrid - 1 day a week in the office)
Company Pension Scheme
Employee joins but does not contribute - Company pay 3% employer contribution
Employee joins and contributes 3% - Company pay 6% employer contribution
Life assurance cover
2 x life if not in Pension Scheme
4 x life if joined Pension Scheme
20 days of holiday + 8 days of Bank holiday + Unlimited flexible time off
Single cover private healthcare
Permanent Health Insurance from date of joining
Various flexible benefits (Moneybox, Bike to Work, Travel Tickets)
Potential to work all over the world!
Computer Science degree
Confidence in communicating with colleagues and clients and ability to adapt communication between different people
Have an understanding of the technical aspect of the role and the skills required
Ability to adapt to both Agile and Waterfall methodologiesDesirable skills:
JSP and HTML
Have built consumer facing web applications in the past
Have some experience in Software Development Life Cycle
This role will be moving very quickly. If you are interested in this role, apply now and we will be shortlisting for the role.
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