.Net Developer - Wealth Management

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Experienced .Net Developer needed for Investment Systems upgrade. Stable permanent role with great salary, flexibility and offerings.

Apply Now Company Overview Profusion is excited to have partnered with a highly regarded, global finance giant who is a leader in the investments sector who is expanding their systems capability. Role Overview They have an immediate need for a .Net Developer with strong communication skills and sound wealth management, superannuation or investment systems experience.

Reporting to the Development Team Manager, this role requires an experienced .Net Developer to hit the ground running in a busy but very well-structured and very well-supported team environment. You will join a growing team of developers working a wealth management platform upgrade.

Skills & Experience Strong experience working on Superannuation, Investments and/or Wealth Management platforms Excellent .NET web framework knowledge Solid C#, VB.net, ASP.

net, SQL Server, XML, HTML, Jscript, Visual Studio and Microsoft Toolset experience Sound Restful API, GIT, Jira and Confluence experience Outstanding Stakeholder management, Communication skills and Presentation skills Full SDLC experience What’s on offer In this exciting permanent role, you be working with various technology experts in a highly collaborative environment that fosters personal growth, career development and has an excellent social environment. Apply Now Apply now via the link or contact Dave Marshall on 03 9602 9890. (Please note, only suitable candidates who are Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents will be contacted).

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Company
Profusion Group
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Salary

$110 - 130k + Bonus

Posted

27 May 2020

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