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.Net Developer C# WPF MVVM - Finance

Job Title: .Net Developer C# WPF MVVM - Finance
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £90000 - £110000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/14468/C/KS/191119_1574152482
Contact Name: C# Team
Contact Email: dev.net@client-server.com
Job Published: 24 days ago

Job Description

.Net Developer / Software Engineer (C# .Net Core WPF MVVM UX). UK based online trading firm is seeking a skilled .Net Developer with a breadth and depth of technical knowledge. Joining an Agile development team you will design and develop the next generation of trading UI tools to support the firm's market-making business across a range of asset classes (Equities, FX and Commodities). You will liaise directly with front office trading staff to elicit requirements, working across the full development lifecycle of the C# GUI connecting to a Java backend, gaining exposure to all application tiers. You will also be key in the migration to .Net Core.

You'll be working in an informal atmosphere in the City with a good work life balance, casual dress code, bright and spacious offices with a peaceful work environment and flexible working hours (37.5 hour week).

Requirements:

*Indepth knowledge of software engineering with a deep understanding of the fundamentals of Computer Science
*Strong Object Orientated C# development experience; ideally .Net Core experience
*GUI development experience - WPF, MVVM, UX Design
*Financial services experience, ideally in a Front Office trading environment
*Confident communicator, able to clearly and concisely explain technical issues to a non-technical audience
*Pro-active and collaborative team player
*Desirable: Java

As a .Net Developer / Software Engineer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (to £110k), plus bonus and benefits including pension, health care, season ticket loan and much more.

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