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C# Developer - Trading Applications
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Recruiter: Client Server
Listed on: 1st April
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £90000 - £120000
Type: Permanent
Start Date:
Reference: BB/13106/D/KS/290319_1554098425_expired
Contact Name: C# Team

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C# Developer / Trading Applications Developer (C# .Net SQL JavaScript). Would you like to work on complex trading systems within an informal, collaborative and technology driven environment; you'll be rewarded with significant bonuses and be based in amazing City offices with roof terrace, breakout areas, free food and casual dress code?

As a C# Developer you'll partner closely with traders to design and develop trading applications, working across different teams and across asset classes on market making systems. There's a mix of projects from live updates to longer term programmes; you'll gain exposure to the full technology stack with some web based development.

You'll ensure that all your code is well tested; document new features and new applications, ensuring that they are communicated and collaborate with operations to ensure that all software is supported and complies with financial regulations. The company has been established less than ten years and is growing rapidly including new offices in Hong Kong and Chicago.

*Degree educated, Computer Science or similar scientific / numerical discipline, 2.1 or above
*Thorough understanding of Computer Science fundamentals such as Data Structures, Memory Management, Multi-threading
*Strong C# .Net (or C++) development experience
*Good SQL skills
*Familiar with Front End technologies such as JavaScript, HTML, CSS

As a C# Developer / Trading Applications Developer (C# .Net SQL JavaScript) you will earn a competitive salary (to £120k, negotiable) plus significant bonus and benefits package.

Apply now or call to find out more about this C# Developer / Trading Applications Developer opportunity.