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.Net Developer - Mathematics

Job Title: .Net Developer - Mathematics
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £40000 - £55000 per annum + benefits
REF: BB/15375/C/KS/050820_1596640367
Contact Name: C# Team
Contact Email: dev.net@client-server.com
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

.Net Developer / Engineer *Remote Interview WFH*. Would you like to join a City based FinTech and work with the latest technologies in a collaborative, technology driven environment with continual learning and career progression opportunities?

Working across the full development lifecycle as a .Net Developer you will design and develop new features and enhancements to the core, data centric platform that is widely used by buy-side firms for message broking and connectivity to funds. You'll be joining an Agile development team, receiving mentoring and developing your career whilst using the latest technologies (.Net Core, Azure, CQRS); gaining exposure to web technologies (JavaScript, Angular) and working within a DevOps environment with Docker, Kubernetes.

Driven by technology this company is able to offer a remote interview / onboarding process and work from home during the current social distancing measures with a great deal of flexibility going forward.

Requirements:
*Degree educated, 2.1 or above in Computer Science or similar discipline coupled with a good understanding of mathematics
*Commercial software development experience with C# .Net
*Good appreciation of web technologies such as JavaScript, Angular, React
*Experience with Agile development practices and TDD
*Collaborative, keen to learn and share ideas

As a .Net Developer / Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £55k) plus benefits including pension, healthcare and life assurance as well as a range of perks from catered breakfasts and lunches through to an extra day off for Christmas shopping and a host of social events.

Apply now or call to find out more about this .Net Developer / Engineer (C# .Net Core Mathematics) opportunity.