System analyst

Job Title: System analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary: £65000.00 per annum + Bonus and Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: BBBH6235_1495469244
Contact Name: Emma Sears
Contact Email: esears@venquis.com
Job Published: May 22, 2017 17:07

Job Description


Passionate about maths, statistics and complex algorithms? Are you a talented C# developer? Want to work with likeminded developers?

Technical AND analytical C# developer is currently required for a leading financial company based in Cambridge. My client is developing the world's leading risk management software suite and is looking for a developer to add to their leading technical team. You will be working on a world-class risk analytics and financial modelling software platform which already enables companies, to build and execute financial models. This is an evolving role that will cover a wide range of tasks such as:

  • Designing, implementing, refactoring and testing code (C#), following best practices for maintainability, testability and performance,
  • Implementing unit tests (C#, NUnit), developing test frameworks and associated automated test cases,
  • Reviewing and debugging code to identify defects, performance bottlenecks or technical debt,
  • Documenting requirements analysis or design decisions,
  • Mentoring junior members of the team and taking a lead role for some of the above activities.

To be considered for this role, you will need to have:

  • Software development experience using C# .NET,
  • Extensive full software development lifecycle: requirements capture and analysis, estimation, detailed software design, object-orientated software implementation, unit and system-level testing, installation and deployment,
  • Extensive experience with software engineering best practices, processes and supporting tools,
  • Ability to coordinate day-to-day development and bug fixing activities,
  • Ability to design high-performance, scalable and extensible software architectures and algorithms which are also easy to test, debug and maintain,
  • High numeracy skills, ideally degree-educated with a 1stor at least 2:1 in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or Science.
  • Passion for maths, statistics and complex algorithms.

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