Senior Developer - Funds Management Product: C# .Net Developer
Market leading financial services funds management product | .Net 4.6 C# ASP MVC Angular2 AWS Docker .Net Core Scrum Micro Services DevOps
We have worked with our client since start-up. They are now a leading Fintech, worth $100's of millions of dollars off the back of codefying some of the most complicated funds management functions for the first time ever.
Work as part of a scrum development team, building a market leading funds management product. You will work beside some of the most highly credentialed technical and product minds, and apply new technologies and approaches like AWS, .Net Core, Angular2, DevOps, Docker and microservices.
If you are a committed developer with experience in building complex finance or back-end high volume real time products and have an interest in solving new financial services problems, then please apply now.
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