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Job Number11965
Job LocationPhiladelphia, PA
Job TitleSr. .NET Developer - full-time/direct-hire
Job DescriptionClient is looking for high caliber candidates with stable work history. Will sponsor and relo.

Job Description:

Outstanding financial services firm in suburban Philadelphia is seeking a .NET developer. You will join the team responsible for creating and maintaining applications supporting enterprise reference data, such as accounts, parties and people. As part of this role, you will be working with operations and technology teams in order to provide technology solutions to access and create reference data streams while making sure quality of the data isn't compromised.


Design, develop, and support applications for the firm's reference data systems.
Design solutions using C#.NET.
Provide consultation and assist other teams with the usage of reference data.
Become a data domain expert.
Troubleshoot and solve technical problems by examining existing code and programs.


Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or related discipline.
At least two years of progressive experience developing software applications.
Recent hands-on experience with object-oriented programming is required, preferably C#.
Knowledge of Winforms and ASP.NET is a plus.
Strong relational database knowledge is required, preferably with Oracle and/or SQL server.
Strong verbal communication skills with an ability to deal with technical and business staff while working on a trading desk is required.
Eagerness to learn about the business as well as technology.
Ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure in a fast-paced team environment is required.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well both independently and in a team environment are necessary.
Willingness and ability to work in all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle.

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