.NET Developer

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  1. Contract
  2. English
  3. Mid-Senior level
  4. Digital & Technology
  5. Zurich
  6. Financial Services
  7. .NET, C#, Developer, Team Lead, Azure, Cloud, RPA, API, Webservices
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.NET Developer

On behalf of our client, a global financial institution, Swisslinx are looking for a senior .NET Developer for a 3-month initial contract.

Responsibilities:
- Ensure high quality service to customers while transitioning from an on-premise solution to a cloud based solution
- Develop and guide a strong team through coaching and mentoring of team members
- Participate in coding especially on challenging tasks, design and code reviews etc.
- Ensure the quality of deliverables, making sure these are well implemented & tested using
- Best practices in coding, automation, integration and testing
- Proactively identify gaps, propose and implement CD/CI related improvements where applicable
- Collaborate and work with architects, SMEs, business representatives for successful programs delivery
- Deliver using Agile methodologies, by turning business requirements into sprints

Required experience:
- 5+ professional experience years as a .NET developer / technical lead / architect on
web-based applications
- 3+ year’s experience with web services and microservices
knowledge of distributed computing and low-latency, multi threaded solutions
experience with Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Azure functions, RPA experience would be a distinct benefit
- experience defining application architecture for global, large scale enterprise solutions using object-oriented design
- design, plan and deliver solutions in a banking environment
- comfortable working independently, as well as in a team-oriented, collaborative environment

If you are a .NET Developer and are looking for your next role, please apply below! We look forward to receiving your application!

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