.Net Developer

Job Title: .Net Developer
Job Reference: JAM54123

Location: City Of London
Job Type: Permanent

Salary:
£50000 - £65000 per annum, Benefits: Annual bonus, pension, healthcare etc.
Sector: IT

Posted 14 days ago

.Net Developer - Major Stock Exchange
£50k - £65k per annum - City of London

We are seeking an experienced .Net Developer with strong .Net framework Experience around 4.0 and above. (C# Language)

SQL Server and SQL Server BI Suite experience (SSRS, SSIS and SSAS.) would be beneficial. Along with an understanding of BI/Data Warehouse design and implementation.

Working in our solutions design team on a variety of core data warehouse systems, regulatory and ETL solutions you will be required to write, deliver and support internally developed software solutions within .Net and some SQL, aswell as associated applications in development, QA and production environments. In addition to proactively contributing towards the goal of producing efficient, flexible, robust and supportable solutions. You will also have the opportunity to get involved in exciting greenfield projects to shape a revolutionary core trading platform. 

Skills required; 

Practical experience developing software using .NET 4.0 Framework onwards:
  • C#
  • SSRS, SSDT
  • SQL Server technologies
  • T-SQL, stored procedure development and query performance monitoring.
  • REST API development (MVC)
  • Experience of Data Warehouse design and implementation.
  • Understanding of code management best practices with exposure to SVN and Git.
  • Experience in software development approaches and methodologies.
  • Experience of automated builds, continuous integration and delivery.
Beneficial:
  • Knowledge and understanding of financial markets.
  • WCF/RestAPI, Powershell, Visual Studio Database projects.
  • Familiarity with Atlassian toolset (Jira, Confluence, BitBucket, Bamboo).
  • Python.
  • Java.
  • Dollar Universe.
  • Knowledge/Experience of using ETL tools.
More details on application.

Introducing...

Philip Fanthom

Managing Director

I joined Jenrick in 1997, as a Junior Consultant working within both permanent and contract markets.

From 2000 I began to focus the majority of my efforts within The City, successfully developing relationships within the Banking & Financial Services Sector - most of whom are still clients today.

In May 2006, I made the move to become Jenrick Group's Sales Manager, before gaining the opportunity to return to Jenrick IT as Sales Director, before taking on the role of Managing Director.

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