Database Developer/VB.Net - Investment Management, Surrey

Job Title: Database Developer/VB.Net - Investment Management, Surrey
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £60000 per annum + discretionary bonus
Reference: BBBH14261
Contact Name: James Collins
Contact Email:
Job Published: February 13, 2017 20:22

Job Description

Database Developer/VB.Net Developer - Investment Management, Surrey

Key Words: VB.Net/Object Oriented/Excel/Access/VBA/SQL/SSRS/XML/C#/.NET


A Global Investment Management company are seeking a VB.NET Developer to join their Automation Team.

Summary of role

This is an excellent opportunity for a VB.NET (OO Programming) Developer to join the Automation Team in an Investment Management company that is responsible for the operations of Global Business Operations (GBO) by building small-large scale solutions that meet business needs.

You will develop for key clients and stakeholders within GBO and deliver Automation initiatives by developing database and spreadsheet solutions using VB.NET and MS Excel/Access/VBA Programming. This will involve developing with a centralised database to provide advanced metrics and reporting to improve productivity and efficiency.

Key Skills

  • Net (Object Oriented) Development experience
  • Microsoft Excel/Access/VBA programming experience
  • Strong understanding of database principles and development using Microsoft SQL Server
  • SQL Server reporting (SSRS)
  • XML
  • C#/.NET knowledge
  • Knowledge of Agile methodologies
  • Understanding of full development life cycle


This is a great opportunity to work closely in the Global Business Operations team, developing a number of key databases and solutions while gaining exposure within the business working closely with key staff within the team.

Call to action

If you are a driven, motivated VB.NET Developer with experience in Excel/VBA/Access Programming and SQL Server Database Development with an interest of working in an Investment Management Organisation then apply to this role below.

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