Senior Backend Developer

London · Full-time · Senior

About The Position

The Company

Access Fintech is an innovative risk management service for banks and buyside firms. The service helps firms track the trade lifecycle and get a true sense of prioritised risk, across an increasing number of systems. Access Fintech brings together Fintech providers and in-house technology, orchestrating the interaction of the distributed providers and creating a single visual display of the risk of financial transactions in a global sharable view.

Read about us at: https://www.accessfintech.com/

We are now seeking a talented and experienced Senior Backend Developer to join our software infrastructure team. The successful candidate will be expected to:

  • Collaborate with product managers and developers to produce software designs
  • Formulate programme specifications and basic prototypes
  • Transform software designs and specifications into high functioning code
  • Integrate individual software solutions to higher level systems
  • Test code to ensure it produces the desirable results and perform debugging when necessary
  • Perform upgrades to make software and systems more secure and efficient.


Requirements

  • In-depth knowledge of .Net C# Experience (5+ years)
  • Experience in micro services low level architectures/frameworks (message brokers, data cache, etc)
  • Experience in designing and implementing high throughput & low latency components that are used across a range of services
  • Experience in multithreading and async code design
  • Excellent OO & TDD skills
  • RDBMS
  • Great team player

    

Advantages

  • Working with large NoSQL databases
  •  Experience with Kafka infrastructure as well as Kafka streams & KSqlDB
  • Experience working with AWS / major cloud provider
  • Working with the following technologies / tools: .Net 6, RabbitMQ, Kafka, Docker & Kubernetes, Elastic Search, EFCore, MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSql, Snowflake, Jenkins
  • Working in the financial industry

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