2x Mid – Senior .NET Developer – Fintech – West London – Up to £70k

2x Mid – Senior .NET Developer – Fintech – West London – Up to £70k

Job Title: 2x Mid – Senior .NET Developer – Fintech – West London – Up to £70k
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, United Kingdom
Salary: Up to £70,000
Reference: 13041
Contact Name: Jake O'Regan
Job Published: October 18, 2019 15:37

Job Description

2x Mid – Senior .NET Developer – Fintech – West London – Up to £70k

Amicus Recruitment are proud to be working with a Fin-Tech business who are on the lookout for two .NET Developers (Mid – Senior level) to join their team on a permanent basis. You’ll be helping with the full product lifecycle, including analysis, design, implementation, testing and DevOps. Their product is hosted on Azure, so you’ll have exposure to the latest technologies and setup. They use C# .NET Core, SQL, Azure, Entity Framework, Web Services etc, developing in an agile environment.


Established for 3 years ago they have grown to almost 40 people in size and are looking to grow substantially over the next 2 years. You will be joining a team of over 25 IT people who are very collaborative, intelligent and passionate about technology. The company are well backed financially by a major bank and have many other banking businesses that use their product. They are also looking at adopting machine learning into their products in the future so it’s a great company to join to get exposure to the latest tech.


You must have over 3 years professional experience and be competent in these skills to be successful in this position:

  • C#
  • .NET Core
  • SQL Server
  • Web Services (Rest/JSON/SOAP)
  • Entity Framework
  • Azure Stack
  • Agile


  • Great communicator
  • Team player
  • Confident

Benefits Package

  • £55K - £70K depending on experience, with opportunities for progression
  • Discretionary Bonus (Up to 20% depending on performance)
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Plus, many more

Please send a copy of your most up to date CV to to be considered