SQL Developer/Database Developer: SQL Server, C# – Equities Research

London
Permanent
Ref: DDDSQLS
£50,000 to £79,000 + Bonus + Benefits

Tags: SQL Developer. SQL Server Developer, Database developer, query optimisation, .Net, C#, T-SQL, SQL DBA, Front Office Quant Developer, SQL Server 2012, Equities, Portfolio Construction, Bond Analytics, Index, indices, Yield curves, C# Developer, architect, Fund Management, Asset Management, Pricing, Investment Banking.

The Quant Research and Analytics group of a highly profitable financial institution requires a business facing, well rounded SQL Server Developer work with the Quant Analysts to design and deliver an Equities Index calculation application based on SQL Server (2012/2014). Working closely with the Quantitative Analysts, you as the main Developer will design and deliver the system and associated applications from a blank sheet of paper, so you can get it right from the outset. Technically the primary skill set for the Quant Developer is strong T-SQL (MS SQL/SQL Server,) some DBA or SQL query Optimisation knowledge useful) with some knowledge of C# back and Front End and preferably Excel although this can be learned within the role.
Although you will work very closely with the business, this is no RAD project; you will be delivering a structured, sophisticated system for a growing business. The SQL Developer will have probably 5+ years experience as a Developer preferably gained primarily in a financial environment, but ability to learn new concepts is more important.

The team believe in work life balance and stick to core hours, not 10-12 hr days and produce systems quickly without copious amounts of needless process. That said, these are well thought out, structured and fully integrated applications that the business need and will rely on. One of the few Financial Research groups in town developing new financial products, new applications and increasing profits year on year.


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