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Graduate Software Developer C# Maths

Job Title: Graduate Software Developer C# Maths
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary: £25000 - £40000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/14006/A/KS/250919_1569405039
Contact Name: CSR Dev Team
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Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Graduate Software Developer / Junior Software Engineer (C# WPF C++ OOP Computer Science). Would you like to work on complex mathematically based algorithm development, continually learning within a relaxed development environment?

As a Graduate Software Developer you will join a small team to design and develop new features and enhancements to the core product; a complex "supercomputer" solution that predicts insurance fraud and helps clients to manage risk. Insurance risk management is possibly the most demanding and diverse area in mathematical finance today with insurers needing to construct models of their entire business, projected into the future over many years. There is an urgent need for software that can run these models fast enough so that they can be effectively used in real-time decision making, the core product reduces the time it takes to construct and run these models drastically and they're looking at applying it to other sectors.

You'll be working with a modern .Net technology stack with core business logic written in C# with a WPF GUI and high performance native code in C++. Excellent opportunity to receive mentoring from a hugely talented team and advance your career.

*Ability to code with at least one Object Orientated Programming language (C#, C++, Java)
*Genuine passion and enthusiasm for technology with the aptitude and desire to learn
*Excellent communication skills
*Degree educated; Computer Science preferred with strong mathematics

As a Graduate Software Developer you will earn a competitive salary (to £40k) plus bonus and benefits.

Apply now or call to find out more about this Graduate Software Developer (C# WPF C++ Java OOP Computer Science Graduate Mathematics) opportunity.