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August 18, 2015

Position: Senior Developer

Duco requires the skills of a highly talented senior software engineer to help us develop the world's leading hosted data reconciliation service.

Position: Senior Developer

Location: London

Duco requires the skills of a highly talented senior software engineer to help us develop the world's leading hosted data reconciliation service.

Responsibilities

  • Contribute code to the core product
  • Contribute code to the service infrastructure
  • Code review your peers' contributions
  • Act as second-line support for service issues
  • Optionally, earn more by performing first-line support duties

Mandatory

  • A Computer Science degree from a reputable university
  • 5+ years experience
  • Deep experience of at least one object-oriented language (C++ and Java especially)
  • Deep experience of at least one dynamically-typed language (Python or Ruby are good)
  • Confident command of SQL and relational database concepts
  • Version control with Git

Beneficial

  • In-depth knowledge of Coffeescript/Javascript
  • Deep experience of web development
  • Very comfortable with a flavour of Linux OS
  • Experience of a configuration management tool, such as Puppet or Chef

Compensation

  • Base salary of £50k – £60k
  • Participation in the company bonus pool, which is based on company revenue targets
  • Stakeholder pension of 5% of base salary after a trial period
  • Participation in company options pool

For more information and to apply, click here. Please direct any clarification questions or enquiries to administration@du.co


Duco is a fast-growing software company that is changing the way businesses around the world control their data. Our web-based reconciliation service, Duco Cube, enables financial institutions across the globe to get to grips with cost, complexity and regulation.

A FinTech Innovation Lab finalist and multiple award winner, Duco is leading a wave of new, easy to use, self-service solutions for some of the world's biggest businesses.


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