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Full Stack Developer C# .Net Core React

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Recruiter: Client Server
Listed on: 9th June
Location: London
Salary/Rate: £55,000 - £65,000
Type: Permanent

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Full Stack Developer London to £65k

Full Stack Developer (C# .Net Core ASP.Net MVC React TypeScript). Would you like to work on complex and challenging systems across the full technology stack whilst developing your skills and enjoying a good work / life balance?

You could be progressing your career at a global FinTech.

As a Full Stack Developer you will design and develop highly complex web based trading applications working across the full development lifecycle from requirements through to delivery, in an Agile / TDD environment. You'll work across the full technology stack from C# on the backend through to React on the client side and will have the opportunity to learn TypeScript.

There's a remote interview / onboarding process with flexibility to work from home 2-3 days a week going forward; they have invested in a refurb of the City based offices to ensure they meet new health and safety compliance and offer a collaborative, modern working environment with all the latest kit.


  • You have strong C#, ASP.Net MVC and React skills, with experience of delivering high reliability, high performance websites
  • You have a good knowledge of Design Patterns, Algorithms, Data Structures
  • You have experience of working in an Agile / Test Driven Development (TDD), Continuous Integration environment
  • Your degree educated in a STEM discipline

As a Full Stack Developer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (to £65k), bonus and a comprehensive benefits package including pension, medical care, season ticket loan, 25 days holiday and much more (and of course have the latest kit in the office).

Apply now to find out more about this Full Stack Developer (C# .Net Core ASP.Net MVC React TypeScript) opportunity.