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A Senior C# Developer is need for a Global Financial Technology business to develop a range of alternative finance, cashflow management and spend analytics web solutions that involve high-volume financial transactions. Complex, .Net stack within an Agile team environment with a start-up mentality and business model within a well-established company.

As a Senior C# Developer, you’ll be developing brand new systems and increased functionality for existing high transaction/high traffic platforms on a client by client basis. A GREAT opportunity to get into Financial Services without previous experience.

Location: London, City

Salary: £60k – £70k + 10% disc. bonus + health + pens + life assurance + 25 days

The Senior C# Developer will be part of the 6 person team, that will be coding additional builds onto the platform for each Corporate client. Deliveries will facilitate large and small scale financial transactions and sit on the stack below.

Technical stack: C# / ASP.NET, MVC, SQL/Oracle, Angular, REST API, JQuery, Deployment on AWS

Essentials:

6 years or demonstrable ability other than 6 years experience as a strong Senior C# Developer (any .Net stack as long as its current and complex)

Strong TDD oriented approach to quality

Senior-level ability with SQL / Stored Procedures

Proven commercial Angular experience

Expert MVC and other Design Patterns

Beneficials:

 

Financial Services exp

This Senior C# Developer role is a chance to get into the City and expose yourself to Transactional Financial Services and get key exposure as to how the industry works. As a strong Senior C# Developer, you’ll be able to use the right tools for the job around their stack. A very unique opportunity to work in an entrepreneurial, agile and innovative team on full project life-cycles through-out.

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