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Backend Software Engineer C# .Net Core - Finance

Employer
Client Server Ltd.
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
30 Jun 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Backend Software Engineer / Developer (C# .Net Core SQL) *Remote / Hybrid WfH*. Are you a Backend Software Engineer with experience of low latency, real-time systems? You could be progressing your career at a global FinTech in a senior, hands-on role, working on complex and interesting systems. As a Backend Software Engineer you will design and develop new features and enhancements on real-time pricing systems collaborating with the business across the full software development lifecycle; you'll be a key member of an Agile team, participating in ceremonies and taking project ownership. There's a modern tech stack; you'll predominately be coding with C# .Net Core - the tech stack also encompasses Kafka, Spark Containers (Docker, Kubernetes) and Event Sourcing. There's a remote interview and onboarding process and you can work from home most of the time - meeting up with colleagues once or twice a month in the London office. Requirements: * Strong C# .Net Core experience * Good knowledge of financial products / asset classes (e.g. Equities or Derivatives) * Thorough understanding of Computer Science fundamentals such as OOP, Data Structures, Algorithms, Design Patterns * You have a good knowledge of SQL (ideally including stored procedures), GIT for source control, Unit testing * You're collaborative and have excellent communication skills As a Backend Software Engineer / Developer you will earn a competitive salary (to £120k) plus a comprehensive benefits package and perks. Apply now or call to find out more about this Backend Software Engineer / Developer (C# .Net Core SQL) opportunity.
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