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Genpact: C- Ui Developer


This is a Full-time position in Montreal, QC posted April 4, 2021.

The successful candidate will be able to influence and collaborate globally, adapt in a fast-paced changing environment.

We are looking for someone who is a strong team-player, has an entrepreneurial approach, creative and who will push the boundaries while managing risk appropriately.Core Responsibilities
●Development of UI of the trade origination and execution platform
●Drive UI feature set and overall system codebase.
●Engage with global team with various developers, Product management, QA and support personnel Minimum Qualifications
●Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, STEM or equivalent practical experience.

Strong Computing fundamentals including a clear understanding of data structures, algorithms, software design and core programming concepts Qualifications required (essential)
●Relevant, experience of application development experience using C#.
●Experience with development and maintenance of real-time applications.
●Understand architecture best practices around Modular, reusable design and Unit Testing.
●Skilled in writing UI-s to distributed system technologies, e.G.

middle-tiers / Market Data / Pub Sub.
●Experience with web standards (REST APIs, Web Security Mechanisms)
●Architecture & Attention to detail should be able to convert functional requirements into detailed technical solutions.
●Broad Understanding of DevOps tools and technologies (Git, Jenkins, Ansible)
●Good communication skills and experience in working with Distributed teams Preferred Qualifications (Good to have)
●Experience of developing WPF UI.
●Understanding of open source server platforms (Redis, Kafka, ElasticSearch)
●Experience with public cloud deployment and tool chain