Principal Software developer-lead developer - Banking Platforms

£65,000 | London | Permanent
Posted 1 month ago

Principal Software developer/lead developer - Banking Platforms - Permanent - Central London - up to £65k base Benefits

We need an experienced developer to focus on the development and core support of our client's core banking systems, based in Central London.

You'll focus on software development activities and must have a background in and experience of coding in Visual Studio .NET (C#) frameworks 4.5.2 and later. An understanding of SDLC best practices and definining standard for the development and delivery of quality code is essential.

Experience of Visual Studio .NET (C#) frameworks 4.5.2, SQL Queries, Oracle PL SQL, Windows Enterprise Operating Systems (Windows 2003 ), managing web applications (IIS/Application Server Roles), Database Connection Methods, using TFS and or/other version control software (BitBucket), PowerShell scripting, VMWare/Virtualisation, etc would be very beneficial.

Any Banking environment experience will also aid your application.

For more information about this role, please contact:

Paul Fraser

paul.fraser@interquestgroup.com
01442 509 071

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