Citi Senior .NET/ C# Developer in Mississauga, Ontario
Primary Location: Canada,Ontario,Mississauga
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Job Function: Technology
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular
Travel Time: No
Job ID: 16031818
Citi is seeking a highly motivated candidate for the Senior .NET/ C# Developer position in Global Banking Application Development within ISG (Information Services Group). This is full time position based in Mississauga.
Job Background / context:
The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and supporting solutions developed using Microsoft .NET C#, ASP.NET, Angular JS, MVC, MS SQL Server and related technologies. This role will be focused in particular on development and support of CIB Capital Management suite of applications. These applications interface with multitude of source systems that feed various data used for calculations and presentation to the users.
Interaction with business and team lead to understand the business requirements
Produce high quality Technical & Release documents
Design & develop solutions using C#, ASP.NET, Angular JS, MVC, HTML5, MS SQL Server and related technologies
Provide technical walk-throughs to various stake holders (QA Team, UAT Team, etc.)
Be able to work independently as well as within a team
Requires Skills / Experience:
8 or more years of experience in developing applications using Microsoft technologies;
Excellent database design and development skills including stored procedures and ETL using SSIS;
Strong object oriented programming and .NET design fundamentals;
Understanding of financial industry is an asset;
Experience in creating technical design documents, including data modelling and flow diagrams;
Ability to write, tune SQL queries on MS SQL Server;
Experience with building multi-browser compatible web applications using Angular JS and HTML5 technologies.
Citi Canada is an equal opportunity employer. Accordingly, we will make reasonable accommodations to respond to the needs of people with disabilities. Individuals who view themselves as Aboriginals, members of visible minorities, and disabled are inspired to apply in confidence.