Senior Software Engineer

FIS

Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Full-time

Jul 7

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Position Type :

Full time

Type Of Hire :

Experienced (relevant combo of work and education)

Education Desired :

Bachelor of Computer Engineering

Travel Percentage :

0%

About the Team:


As a Senior Software Engineer in the FIS Asset Finance team you’ll be working on projects for international clients.

What you will be doing: 

  • Write robust code that adheres to defined standards and raises the bar with respect to quality
  • Optimise applications to ensure high performance and scalability.
  • Utilising software engineering practices, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management and build processes.
  • Write unit and integration tests as part of code quality
  • Coach junior team members and help the team grow in experience

What you bring: 

  • Excellent knowledge of web technologies, frameworks and design patterns (ASP.Net, TypeScript, WPF, MVC) and APIs
  • C#/.Net development experience
  • SQL relational database experience
  • Intellectual agility to learn quickly and adapt to change
  • Experience in optimizing C# code and SQL to solve performance issues.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Results-oriented, flexible, and able to contribute and succeed within a friendly and collaborative environment
  • Comfortable working within an existing code base and writing code from scratch
  • Tenacity; rarely giving up until you have reached a logical and useful solution

What we offer you:

  • A competitive salary and benefits package.
  • A work environment built on collaboration, flexibility and respect
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