C# developer TECH ART

Location: Ukraine


The position

SimCorp develops, sells and delivers integrated software solutions to the financial sector. Our product, SimCorp Dimension, is one of the leading investment management systems in the world and is used by global financial institutions and fund managers. We are looking for a experienced C#.NET developer who will work on development of our new Cloud stack as well as existing desktop functionality.  We invite you to join our journey to Cloud, moving the product from desktop to cutting edge Web technologies and developing it further in this way.


Key responsibilities

  • development of new Cloud applications;
  • enhancing and support of existing WinForms desktop solutions;
  • participate in roll out of Web and Mobile applications.


Your qualifications

Successful candidate should meet the following minimal requirements:

  • 3+ years of development experience with C#.NET;
  • thorough understanding of object-oriented design;
  • experience in multithreading programming;
  • strong English (both oral and written).


  • experience in framework development;
  • experience with WinForms;
  • experience with Web applications development (ASP.Net MVC, Web API, JavaScript, CSS, HTML 5);
  • familiar with Microsoft Azure.


Why join SimCorp?

At SimCorp you get to work with skilled and supportive colleagues in a global company counting more than 52 nationalities and offices in more than 20 countries. We provide complex IT solutions to the world's leading investment management firms in a rapidly changing market. Acting in this niche brings lots of challenging and interesting opportunities. What better place to build a successful career?

More about working at SimCorp



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