C# Developer: Angular, Entity Framework, Fund Management/Banking


Tags: C# Developer : Angular developer, Angular 1.6, Angular 4 Entity Framework, Kendo UI, Technical Business Analyst Developer, ASP.Net MVC, Linq, Fund Management, London, SQL Server, Oracle, Javascript, typescript, node.js, Fund manager, Fund Accounting, asset management, investment management, banking, hedge fund.

Successful Fund Manager continues to invest in providing its Portfolio Managers with the best tools for Research and Trading. They are looking for a talented C# Developer with knowledge of Angular 1 / Bootstrap or comparable MVC Framework to work on the full stack full and full Life cycle development of applications involving extensive Business Analysis and communication with the global business to capture requirements and develop them from end to end. They are an Agile house both in terms of methodology and approach ie they believe in delivering systems without copious amounts of unnecessary process whilst ensuring that all applications are part of a strategic plan.

Skills and background required

Solid experience of contemporary Web technology: ie HTML 5, Angular.JS and/or Angular 2+, Typescript / Javascript, Kendo UI, Node.JS, Knockout.JS

Strong development in .net, a C# Developer with at least 5 years in the delivery of primarily asp.net applications with current asp.net MVC required

Good Entity Framework and Linq and skills hooking into SQL Server, Sybase or Oracle

Analytical, problem solver ideally with good knowledge of an Accounting preferably Fund accounting and Exposure to Fund Management, banking or similar market.If someone is very strong technically then non-finance background would be an option.

In the role of Analyst Developer you will join a team of friendly, well rounded developers in a fantastic working environment where IT and business enjoy a close, collaborative relationship.

From £450 - £550 per day

Interested in learning more? Call us or use the form below to send us your CV

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Attach Your CV

Your Message