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Workflow Developer (C# / .Net)

Job Title: Workflow Developer (C# / .Net)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Essex
Salary: £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: J7389_1489486179
Contact Name: Dominic Pather
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Workflow Developer (C# / .Net / IFRS9) - 6 months - £500 p/d - Essex - ASAP START

Montash have been engaged by a prestigious client based in Essex to source and secure an experienced Workflow Developer with strong C# and .Net skills for a regulatory piece for work (IFRS9).

Key Skills:

  • Strong Workflow development experience
  • Very strong working knowledge of C# and .Net
  • Ideally some experience on IFRS9 regulation
  • Ability to understand data and databases (ETL / SQL Server / SSIS / SSRS)
  • Excellent communication skills with an ability to have constant interaction with the business

This is an URGENT requirement, please submit an updated CV to

Rate: £500 per day

Duration: 6 month initial contract

Location: Essex

Employment Business: Montash

Posted Date: 14/03/17

Key Words:

C# / .Net / Workflow / ETL / SQL / SQL Server / SSIS / SSRS / data database / Regulation / IFRS9 / development / developer / global / IT / Tech

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