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C# Developer

Job Title: C# Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: CD123
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email: claram@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

C# Developer

Day Rate: £400-£500

Location: London

Duration: 6 Months

Montash has been engaged by a Investment bank. The team is looking for a C# developer to work on all aspects of the platform. This will include the various processes that run on the server, the database, the infrastructure and potentially small UI enhancements.

The right candidate will be a strong driver for Agile development and for automated testing. A strong engineering background (perhaps outside the finance industry) is the most critical attribute. They would also expect strong communications skills with other IT professionals. Experience of working in a Front Office environment is also required.

Key Skills Required:

  • Over 10 years' experience within development and C#
  • Strong experience within infrastructure, especially messaging, data, communication and ultra messaging
  • Full life cycle experience

Essential skills / attributes:

  • C# development and the Microsoft .NET framework up to version 4.0
  • Multi-threaded, server development
  • TDD
  • Interest in testing and UI automation
  • Strong communication and requirements analysis skills
  • Experience of continuous integration tools
  • SQL
  • Pragmatic and flexible, able to balance technical optimisation against business delivery
  • Capable of picking up new technologies quickly

Keywords: C#/ SQL / UI / TDD / Server development / .NET / C# Developer / Investment Bank / Front Office / SOA / SSIS / SSRS / MDC / FX / Credit / equity derivatives

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