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You meet someone new; they ask what you do, and you say, "I’m a Senior .NET Developer in finance."
Not the most exciting sentence ever.
How about, "I’m a Senior .NET Developer, building software for governments and financial institutions to fight money laundering, terrorism, organised crime, corruption, human trafficking and weapons of mass destruction.”
Now we're talking!
More than £100 Billion is illegally laundered through the UK yearly, £700 billion to £1.7 trillion globally, and accounts funding terrorism are growing at an unprecedented scale.
It’s hard to notice this in the news and online when we feel powerless to change anything.
You can change it using your .NET development background and join this 100-person company based in Andover, spearheading the fight against financial crime in the UK and globally.
The group provides solutions to financial institutions, banks, regulators, cryptocurrency exchanges, and whole countries, dealing with people right at the top.
You’ll join a 30-person tech team, which has grown by 400% in just four years, and you’ll get many opportunities to progress your career as the company continues to grow.
You’ll have loads of interesting and complex problems to solve, working for a company committed to working with the latest technologies like .NET 6, AI and Azure in a microservices architecture.
One day a week, you’ll work from their idyllic mansion, set within its beautiful grounds and boasting a gym with classes, a pool table, games machines and large distraction-free offices.
* Role – Senior .NET Developer
* Salary – Up to £80,000 salary and discretionary bonus.
* Headline Benefits – 25 days holiday + bank holidays and a budget for external training and certifications.
* Work Policy – Hybrid – One day per week at their offices in Andover.
* Visa Sponsorship – Not available
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
You’ll have a healthy backend development background in modern .NET / C# environments.
You are someone who takes ownership of your work, plays nice with others and wants to do committed work that makes a difference.
You'll be interested in architecture, have at least architected a part of a project, and be comfortable talking about what you did.
HOW TO APPLY:
Either apply here or search for Simon Monaghan on LinkedIn; contact details are at the top of my profile page.
Don't worry if your CV is not up to date. We’ll deal with that later if needed