London, England, £65000 - £80000 per annum + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: C# Team
C# Developer / Software Engineer (C# .Net SQL Big Data) *Remote Interview WFH*. Global FinTech is seeking a senior C# Developer with a data centric mindset. As a C# Developer you will design and develop components of a complex data analytics platform that collects vast amounts of trading data from customers to gain market insights, build algorithmic trading strategies and predict price movements; you'll build systems to process real-time market data feeds that together add hundreds of millions of data points to the dataset every day.
In this supportive environment you'll be encouraged to learn and pick up new tools and technologies along the way, input into technical discussions and help mentor others. You'll be based in the City within a collaborative software house environment, modern open plan offices with free breakfast, drinks and snacks and quiet break out areas; you can also enjoy a good work / life balance with flexible working alongside a host of other perks including training and development plans and the opportunity to participate and contribute to tech talks / meetups.
Driven by technology this company is able to offer a remote interview / onboarding process and 100% work from home during the current social distancing measures with flexibility going forward.
*Strong C# .Net development skills, ideally including .Net Core
*Good experience with SQL with including the ability to design relational databases and tune queries
*Experience working with at least some following: Hadoop, Apache Spark, Presto, AWS Redshift, Azure Spark, Google BigQuery
*Collaborative with good communication skills, keen to learn and share knowledge
As a C# Developer / Software Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £80k) bonus and benefits package including pension, medical care, season ticket loan, 25 days holiday and much more.
Apply now or call to find out more about this C# Developer / Software Engineer (C# .Net SQL Data) opportunity.