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Software Developer C# .Net SQL microservices

Job Title: Software Developer C# .Net SQL microservices
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Wimbledon, London
Salary: £55000 - £70000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/13133/F/KS/260419_1556263351
Contact Name: C# Team
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Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Software Developer (C# .Net SQL Event Sourcing microservices). Are you a bright, ambitious Software Developer? Would you like to work on complex and technically challenging systems for a technology driven Investment Manager (£35m under management), whilst working and learning from a hugely talented team of engineers and finance professionals?

As a Software Developer you design and develop robust, reliable and scalable full stack platforms working with C# on the serverside within a microservices architecture, Angular 6 and RESTful web services for both client facing and internal systems. You'll be working with both synchronous and asynchronous flows to support business process across distributed services and systems; collaborating in the team with Product Owners to agree application requirements within a Scrum / Kanban environment.

You'll be based in Wimbledon in modern offices with a range of facilities and a friendly team atmosphere with casual dress code, regular hours of 1000 - 1800 and flexible working opportunities.

*C# .Net development experience
*Good understanding of architecture and development patterns (e.g. Microservices, CQRS, Domain Driven Design, Event Sourcing, SOLID)
*Familiar with automated testing
*Collaborative with excellent communication skills
*Degree educated, Computer Science preferred
*Desirable: modern web development (SPA, Angular 6, React, TypeScript) and serverside development (APIs, messaging, multi-threaded systems)

As a Software Developer you will earn a competitive salary (to £70k) plus bonus and benefits.

Apply now or call for a confidential discussion about this Software Developer (C# .Net SQL Event Sourcing microservices) opportunity.