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.Net Architect

Enterprise Architect

Greater London Contract / 12 months £500 - £501 per day

.Net Architect

I am looking for a .net architect for a long term project in London city. The role is working with a leading financial client working in the front office technical team.

You must have experience in the following:

– .net front office based applications


– agile/scrum environment

– requirements gathering, client facing

– work with system architects to come up with designs and implement solutions

– working in fast based environments

If you are interested please email your CV.

Job Reference: .net/lon

Salary: £500 - £501 per day

Salary per: Day

Job Duration: 12 months

Job Start Date: ASAP

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