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C# .Net Developer (Full Stack) - Asset Management, London

Job Title: C# .Net Developer (Full Stack) - Asset Management, London
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £50000.00 - £65000.00 per annum + discretionary bonus
Reference: BBBH14420_1491846749
Contact Name: James Collins
Contact Email: james.collins@twentyrecruitment.com
Job Published: April 10, 2017 18:52

Job Description

C# Developer (Full Stack) - Asset Management, London

Company:

A Global Asset Management Organisation are looking for a Full Stack C# .Net Developer to join their Research Team in London.

Summary of role:

This is an excellent opportunity for a C# .Net Developer to join an Asset Management Organisation within their Research Team. You will be responsible for the design and development of business requirements and technology solutions; continually following and contributing to the organisations development practices and standards.

This is a business facing role, requiring interaction with business stakeholders as well as designing clear solutions for automation testing and deployment. The role required full stack C# development on web based applications (AngularJS, jQuery, HTML, CSS and ASP.Net) and Oracle/PLSQL Databases.

Key Skills:

  • C#/.Net Development
  • Strong experience in REST web services and application including (HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, AngularJS, ASP.Net Web API)
  • Relational database experience Oracle/PLSQL
  • Understanding of DevOps practice including continuous delivery
  • Experience with Windows and UNIX (Solaris, AIX or Linux) operating systems

What's in it for you:

An exciting opportunity to join an Asset Management Organisation with award winning Investment Products. The role will allow for the opportunity for great career progression alongside extensive business exposure whilst working on a wide variety if technologies.

Next Step:

If you are motivated, driven full stack C# developer with an interest in joining an Asset Management Organisation then please apply to this role.