Award winning FinTech, looking for a developer with core experience of C# .NET Core and Python. This is a great fit for a coder who also loves client interaction, using the latest tech and going beyond the technology and getting stuck into business issues.
We are looking to hire a senior developer with experience building financial software and who is excited by the idea of writing, supporting and maintaining globally distributed systems for the financial services industry. This role will give you the opportunity to work directly with our large institutional clients and partners to provide technical direction and support, and being central to determining the future direction of the product.
Our team's focus is creating exemplar client for our clients. We work with them to ensure they get the correct benefits and solutions from our product as well as creating reference implementations and software development kits for our product and our marketplace partners.
What skills, experience and qualifications we require:
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills and the ability to discuss complex topics with technical and non-technical audiences as you will be facing off to a range of clients on a daily basis. You will also have experience running software projects with a multitude of stakeholders across multiple time-zones. You will be responsible for providing guidance and mentoring to junior colleagues and participating in regular knowledge sharing sessions. This role will give you the opportunity to develop ideas, add your expertise and be central to determining the future direction of the software product.
Our key technologies are C# (.NET Core), Python, NUnit and a Postgres persistence layer, hosted in Kubernetes and Docker on AWS. We also make use of Go and React where appropriate. As we work in an informal, agile environment we are also looking for candidates who are genuinely excited about what we are doing. Knowledge of Financial Services for Asset Manageent specifically would be beneficial, but not essential.