Senior Software Developer – Financial Services – C# - Angular – AWS – Azure

Job title : Senior Software Developer – Financial Services – C# - Angular – AWS – Azure
Location : London
Job type : Permanent
Salary : £60000 - £70000 per annum
Sector : Buy Side
Contact : Jordan Wilson
Call : 020 7280 9927
Email : email Jordan
Reference : BHJOB6067_17251
Senior Software Developer – Financial Services – C# - Angular – AWS – Azure
Our client, a leading financial services firm based in the City, are seeking a permanent C# Developer to join their Client Operations engineering team. The successful candidate will be working across industry leading on-premise and cloud-based architecture (AWS/Azure) on a range of initiatives. Examples of initial projects include the migration of legacy architecture into the Cloud and the greenfield build out of several client focused API’s.

The ideal candidate will come from a strong .Net engineering background whilst also having some proficiency with front-end Angular development. Experience with Cloud technologies, either in a professional capacity or as part of personal projects would also be highly desirable.

Experience required:
  • Over 5 years professional C#/dotnet development experience and a good understanding of .Net Core 3.1 or above.
  • Experience utilising either AWS or Azure in a professional environment.
  • Good understanding of Angular for front end development.
  • Experience in the full lifecycle development of Restful API’s.
  • Demonstrable experience utilising messaging and streaming tools such as NServiceBus, RabbitMQ or Kafka.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing firm undertaking several large-scale greenfield initiatives. Suitable candidates will be contaccted within 48 hours. 

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