Senior C# Systems Developer | Finance

3X Partners

Superb opp for a multi-skilled Snr C# Dev who has an art for getting the absolute best from the code, let's just say hardware isn't the issue here!

  • Proud, Passionate, Proactive (but no prima donnas) - Compartmentalised Dev team
  • Responsibilities from identification, implementation & optimisation - OWN IT
  • Absolute ''knock-out'' culture - superb human beings, humble/ intelligent
If you could improve your current job as a Senior C# Systems Developer in any way, what would you change?

I mean, if you worked in a fast-moving sector that afforded you better earning/learning opportunities - say, the finance sector - would that improve it?

I suppose the financial sector is usually quite bureaucratic though, isn't it... fair enough - what if it's not a bank, so you wouldn't be held back by red tape? You could operate more freely, that way.

Or what if the company you worked for was Sydney-based, but operated globally.

And if the company was growing fast? Triple digit percentage growth over the last couple of years, perhaps? That'd sound impressive in front of your friends.

Okay, how about if your colleagues were all awesome? Passionate about what they do, and extremely good at it (like you are), but not in love with themselves?
Where everyone loves the place, wants it to do well, and stays for an average of about 5 years? You'd enjoy your work more, that's for sure...

Ooo, or if you got to be part of a broader, performance driven global community within the company?

You know, so you'd have a load of like-minded people, but with different backgrounds and viewpoints, to talk to, learn from and even guide?

Or would your current job be better if your bosses/teammates were cooler?

Not cooler like Fonzie, but if they were hands-on, understood your role, and invested in you and your career development? Or, just left you alone? 

Like possibilities in the C# Senior Developer spectrum, focusing on performance tuning existing C# / SQL / JavaScript code base? 
*thumbs up* Ayyyy!

How does it sound that you'd have broad responsibilities within your space while having high levels of autonomy? Literally your own standup team which will be new might I add!

You'd also be involved in writing performance C# and SQL code for an existing code base, bringing a structured approach to this legacy & looking to write your own performance testing tool (in a NFR environment)

The work itself would have to be important as well, wouldn't it? Like Board / CIO backed. important system upgrades, solving problems, identifying & rewriting old code (keen eye here), re-architecting where possible, help ensure best system/code base performance all round!

Doing the stuff you're good at, being CODE HUNGRYperformance tuning, knowing where to look and pushing to get the most out of the existing applications - add value while learning, nice! 

The little added-value bonus stuff would be a nice icing on the cake as well, don't you think? Like cool offices, next gen BI software, huge investment in upgrades, latest version, company initiatives...

So, if you had to pick one of those things to improve your current job, which one would you pick?

Actually, wait. Don't pick.

Have them all.

I just remembered, there's a job exactly like that.

And they're looking for someone like YOU, someone who's a confident, system performance minded Snr C# Systems Dev, right now. 

Sound good? Hit the ‘Apply’ button. 
Want to know a little more? email me

Alternatively, you could just not improve your current job in any way. Wouldn't be my choice, but hey... go where the challenge is ;-)