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Are you looking for your next challenge in the field of .NET development? Are you passionate about new technology and interested in bringing new solutions to the financial sector? Can you communicate your ideas clearly and apply business needs to your development? Then read on: this position is for you.To build on a successful .NET development team, our client, a major private bank in Geneva, is looking for a front/back .NET developer with Oracle database experience to join their team.Working with Asset Management teams, you will help with the migration from legacy systems to new, more robust and sophisticated reporting tools, generating dashboard with a strong user-friendly interface.With the ability to interpret and propose new solutions, you will also have experience of PL-SQL, SQL Server and have a solid understanding of the financial sector. A significant experience in an Investment Bank or Asset Management Company is highly recommended Previous experience of working in Asset Management, Private Banking or a trading environment is expected. Specific Competencies
High level development and methodology skills in Microsoft environment (.Net, SQL Server, PL-SQL)
Understand Asset Management core business
Financial tools knowledge not mandatory but appreciated
Knowledge of APT Software appreciated
Markit EDM experience will be a plus
You will speak fluent French and a good level of English is also expected.Due to the urgency of this position, we are only able to accept applications from candidates based in Switzerland or from the EU.Swiss residency would be preferred, but not obligatory.