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Senior .Net Developer - Energy /Trading / Fintech

Austin Fraser are working with an award winning financial services firm, The company is acknowledged for delivering a world class service providing a world class service trading energy across global markets. The skilled Net Core developer will be able to work with an experienced team across a range of exciting projects.

This role would suit a developer who can come in and hit the ground running that is comfortable taking ownership of tasks and who takes pride in delivering quality code.

Working on a range of existing and new projects across renewable energy with the chance to be working on the latest technology.

Key skills necessary are:

  • Excellent knowledge of .Net/Net Core
  • AWS ideally - Azure experience considered also
  • Experience working with 3rd party API's
  • Quick problem solver

Nice To Have:

  • Experience with SignalR / Rabbit MQ or a form of messaging service
  • Trading / Energy / Fintech experience desirable,
  • Design Driven Development

Work Experience:

  • 5+ years as a developer
  • Experience working as part of a team.
  • Proven delivery methods and organisational skills
  • Collaboration works


My client is based in central London and is operating on a hybrid working model with 1 day a week in the office if required (This is flexible). With just a 2 stage interview process & interview slots available asap my client is willing to move quickly for the right developer.

If you're an experienced developer who likes the sound of this opportunity and meet the criteria listed, please directly or to:

[email protected]

Austin Fraser is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Austin Fraser is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.

Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful applicants.