Principal Developer | C# .Netcore AWS Microservices | Fintech

Job Title: Principal Developer | C# .Netcore AWS Microservices | Fintech
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Sydney CBD, New South Wales
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 193264_1555306378
Contact Name: Sofie Cederholm
Contact Email:
Job Published: April 15, 2019 15:32

Job Description

The Company:

Our client is a $300m, mutiple technology innovation award winner, leading Fintech, who we have worked with exclusively for the past 12 years, are currently looking to recruit a Prinicipal Developer & Architect. Our client is a market leader in building first-of-a-kind real-time products which automate the end-to-end management of complex financial services funds. Their solutions are big...managing 150k+ funds, drawing data from 100+ finance market sources and used by thousands of clients and partner companies...all in real-time.

The Role:

Working with the CTO, and reporting to the Principal Architect, you will play a lead technical role within a newly formed and hand-picked team of highly credentialled senior developers. Together, you will berearchitecting a 1.5+ million line-of-code monolith into microservices and setting the future technology template across all of their products. This will involve the selection and utilisation of best practices across microservices, .Netcore, containerization, AWS and test automation.

To be suitable for this role, you will be a technology veteran who knows almost everything there is to know about C#, a proven thought leader in emerging software tools and practices and have a demonstrated track record of architecting complex real-time enterprise solutions.

This is a rare chance to design the future technical direction, of what is already considered one of the highest quality software development environments in the market.

Join a greenfield initiative, where surrounded by brilliant collaborative minds, you can use all of your experience and expertise to build a technical masterpiece.

For more information or a confidental discussion, please contact Sofie Cederholm on quoting reference 193264