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Senior .Net Developer - REMOTE C#, MVC, Angular, SQL, Azure, WebAPI

Posted 24 January by Technet IT Recruitment Limited Easy Apply Ended
  • Are you a knowledgeable Senior .NET Developer up for a serious challenge?
  • Want the comfort of remote working with the support from of a super smart team?
  • Want to master Back End code, or perhaps dip your toes in the Angular4/5 world?
  • Keen to work on a new cloud FinTech platform with £18M of Angel funding?

Salary: £50-60K + benefits

Location: REMOTE, meeting in London once every 2 weeks for Agile sprints! (YOU MUST BE UK BASED).

The company and its goal:

A newly launched FintTech company that provides scalable, low cost and highly customised investment services to the everyday person. The winning combination is simple. Combine founders from JP Morgan, a record £18M investment, state of the art engineering & technology, and you get a next-generation platform.

The position, team, technology + tools:

Having spent the past 2 years meticulously building an incredible development team it's now time to expand.

As a .NET Developer your job will be mission critical, responsible for;

  • Back End services such as; performance, security, data and system integration.
    Full SDLC reporting directly to a CTO who's sharp, on the ball, and on the ground with the team.

Your tech focus will include;

  • Design Patterns, C#, .NET 5.0, Web-API, MVC, REST, and the full capabilities of Azure (App Services, Functions, Queues, Blobs, Tables, SQL Databases, Key Vault, Azure Data Factory).
  • Additional scope to learn Angular2 and eventually move to Angular4/5!
  • Deliver code within Agile scrums whilst running TDD and C.I/C.D
  • You can except a start-up like environment, relaxed dress code and people open to ideas!

Required skills

  • .NET
  • C#
  • SQL
  • Windows Azure

Reference: 33820537

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