Junior C# MVC Developer - London – Finance

Junior C# MVC Developer - London – Finance

London – Trading House

Salary: Up to £40,000 + Bonus + Benefits

C#, .Net, ASP.Net, MVC, AngularJS, JavaScript, TDD, TypeScript, CSS, SQL Server, SQL, NUnit, Web API, Azure

A leading trading house that specialise in commodities trading are seeking a junior C# developer to join their advisory team and work on some Greenfield business critical applications. This is an award winning trading house that utilise technology to give them the cutting-edge over the soft commodities trading sector.

Within this role you will be required to have at least 12 months experience as a C developer. You will be trained to be a full stack web development using C# as the main OO programming language. They use MVC throughout their trading applications and will require you to have experience with this technology. You will be working on trading systems, which are used internally by traders, which can be accessed via a web portal. These systems will be built in AngularJS, making it advantageous to have experience with the JS framework, but you exposure to any other JS frameworks will be considered. They have a large scope of projects, initially on building trading applications for front office.

Key requirements:

  • At least 12 months C# .Net development experience – Required
  • A computer science degree - Required
  • Familiarity with working with Web API – Required
  • Good programming experience with MVC & ASP.Net – Required
  • Web programming experience with JavaScript and AngularJS – Bonus
  • A keen technologist with good communication skills – Required

This role is an opportunity to join a great working environment that offer an interesting pipeline of projects with a good work life balance. This is the ideal role for a versatile programmer who enjoys working with databases and large data sets, but also wants to get involved in building web applications using the Microsoft stack. You will be given freedom to automate this role and implement new systems and technologies.

For more information, please get in contact with Jon Kay for more information.