Software Engineer (C#)

Location: Bad Homburg, DE

Are you a passionate Software Engineer ready to discover and develop new solutions of the highest importance for SimCorp clients? Do you want to join Deutsche Börse Group? Then this might be the right opportunity for you.

Who we are:

For over 50 years, we have worked closely with investment and asset managers to become the world’s leading provider of integrated investment management solutions. We are 2.800+ colleagues with a broad range of nationalities, educations, professional experiences, ages, and backgrounds in general. SimCorp is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a culture where diverse perspectives and expertise are integrated in our everyday work. We believe in the continual growth and development of our employees, so that we can provide best-in-class solutions to our clients. While striving to deliver client value, we believe it is vital to consider our people and our planet in every business decision we make. Acting responsibly is not optional. It is essential.

Why are you important for us:

In Product Division we constantly enhance our solutions and build brand new solutions according to the need of our clients and the market.

We are seeking for curious, courageous, and capable professionals who are ready to create innovative, efficient, and attractive offerings. You will work with a codebase primarily based on C# and APL, in a culture that values trust and teamwork.

As part of our international scrum teams, you will play a crucial role in delivering solutions within our system SimCorp Dimension while working closely with Product Managers and engaging directly with clients

In our product area you have the opportunity to learn about financial investments while developing solutions for Alternative Investments, Private Debt, stochastic modelling, document processing and ESG.

What you will be responsible for:

You will apply your talents to all stages of the development lifecycle, including creation and review of user stories, development, design, testing, coding, code reviews, writing automated tests, and support. You will be using multiple technologies, and your responsibilities will also include: 

  • Develop new core functionality to support the business modules and continuous improvements to the existing code base
  • Expand existing solutions in all areas of SimCorp Dimension
  • Work as part of your scrum team to reach the definition of done within each sprint
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to understand their needs and get fast feedback  
  • Constantly learn and improve yourself, the team, and our product incl. experimenting with modern engineering practices, such as test driven development, pair- and mob programming.  

What we value:

  • Master’s degree/PhD in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or similar 
  • Programming experience in C# using .NET framework
  • Strong willingness to learn and to dig into unknown areas
  • Being comfortable to work with new technologies
  • Knowledge of or curiosity to learn APL
  • A high sense of quality, ability to work to deadlines, attention to detail and taking ownership of delivering a sound solution
  • A desire to constantly deliver value to the clients, to improve yourself and the team  
  • Good communication skills and fluency in English (spoken and written) 
  • Understanding of the Lean Agile practices, values and principles would be a plus 

Our Benefits 

Competitive salary, bonus scheme, and pension are essential for any work agreement. However, in SimCorp, we believe we can offer more. Therefore, in addition to the traditional benefit scheme, we provide an excellent work & life balance: flexible work hours, a hybrid workplace model. On top of that, we have Innovation and Planning sprints for 3 weeks per quarter, which can be used for mastering skills in various areas, or more freely investigating all kind of ideas with prototypes. There is never just only one route - we practice an individual approach to professional development to support the direction you want to take.