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C# .Net Developer: WPF - Financial Services - Romford, £50K

Job Title: C# .Net Developer: WPF - Financial Services - Romford, £50K
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Romford, Essex
Industry:
Salary: £40000 - £50000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J77861_1498725249
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email: Vikkib@montash.com
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

C# .Net Developer: WPF - Financial Services - Romford, Up to £50,000

Our client is a FTSE 250 enterprise with a revenue of £3.6billion that is going through a large transformation and as such is an exciting time to join the business. They have a 20/20 vision where they are looking to double their personnel by 2020.

We are seeking an experienced C# .Net Developer with experience in multi-user systems.

This role will suit someone who can bring a real passion to their work and who likes the idea of being a part of something entrepreneurial.

Technical Knowledge:

  • Strong experience with C# .Net
  • Knowledge of Desktop development (WPF)

Responsibilities:

  • Complete user support requests (includes liaising with users).
  • Fault finding / problem solving in all applications including fixing / testing.
  • Create design and technical specifications for system amendments / enhancements to remove re-occurring user support requests and software faults
  • Code system amendments / enhancements as per specifications (modules / user interface / reports / web services / windows services).
  • Test system amendments / enhancements made by self and others.
  • Documenting of system amendments / enhancements.
  • Ad-hoc reporting and data extraction.

If this C# .Net Developer role is of interest, then please respond with an up to date CV.

C# .Net Developer: WPF - Financial Services - Romford, Up to £50,000

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