.Net Developer C# SQL - Hedge Fund

Posted 6 February by Client Server Ltd. Featured Ending soon
.Net Developer / Software Engineer (Python Perl SQL C#.Net). Hedge Fund with 1bn under management, founded by one of the world's leading scholars and economists is seeking a skilled object orientated .Net Developer / Software Engineer with a broad range of technical knowledge.

As a .Net Developer you will design and develop highly complex real-time trading systems, working closely with the R&D team to put trading strategies in place. This is an excellent opportunity to take on a technically challenging position, with exposure to a wide variety of work from back to front end systems, you will be working on multiple concurrent projects across the full development lifecycle within a dynamic technically driven environment.

The role of .Net Developer is based in Central London, you will be working in a collegiate flat structure environment with casual dress code. Above all they are seeking passionate technologists - no finance experience required.

*Strong object orientated development experience - most coding will be done with C# going forward however, candidates from a Java / C++ background will be considered
*Good scripting skills with Python or Perl
*Ability to work autonomously on multiple projects simultaneously
*Good understanding of algorithm development
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills
*2.1 or above in a technical or highly numerate discipline from a top tier (Russell Group university)

As a .Net Developer / Software Engineer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (to £80k), in excess of 100% bonus and benefits package.

Send your CV or call for a confidential discussion regarding this and other .Net Developer opportunities.

Required skills

  • c#
  • sql
  • .net
  • software
  • python
  • engineer
  • developer
  • perl

Reference: 34411396

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