.net/C# Developer

Permanent contract|New York|IT (Information Technology)

.net/C# Developer

New York, United States Permanent contract IT (Information Technology)


The LTA tribe provides applications to the Finance Department in charge of monitoring the Liquidity and Capital Risks for the US booked activities (CUSO). We are working with intensive interactions with teams in Paris, and Bangalore.

Primary tasks include but are not limited to:

- building applications for various Liquidity and Capital Stress testing

- defining the architecture for new developments

- Managing each initiative given by management from start to end, meaning:

_Work with users and business analysts to understand user needs and translate requirements into systems

_Propose designs and implement the project accordingly

_Review and design the architecture for the new systems

_Estimate effort and ensure timely delivery

_ Ensure agile and continuous delivery methodology is followed

_Ensure code is well tested

_ Ensure that release management / change management processes are followed

_ Be responsible for the 2nd and 3rd level of support

_Assist the support team in the rollout of releases

_ Give clear and consistent reports to the clients and management

_ Assess risks and develop contingent strategies

_ Collaborate with others teams (networking, systems, quality insurance, support, architects, others development teams..).

        _Rely on IT best practices to improve quality of development

_ Participate as a motivated, proactive and highly contributing member of the global team

_Manage several streams of work concurrently

Profile required

  1. Competencies


    • Good written & verbal communication skills
    • Experience in financial products / financial industry business processes
    • Strong knowledge of programming design patterns
    • Analytical skills
    • Rigorous
    • Dynamic, detail oriented, fast learning capacity and able to work in a high pressure environment

Desired/ Plus:

    • Liquidity stress testing
    • Stress test models for Liquidity

  1. Technical skills


    • Full stack C# / Angular /React
    • Skilled in t-SQL
    • Visual Studio and SQL management Studio
    • commonly used design patterns and multi-threading
    • working in an Agile development team
    • TDD/BDD and its practical implementation
    • Dependency Injection
    • An understanding of version control SVN & GIT
    • An understanding of continuous integration and continuous delivery

Desired/ Plus:

  • Other object-oriented design languages and methodologies (Java, C/C++)
  • Test automation tools
  • Python
  • Excel / VBA development
  • MS SQL Server database
  1. Prior Work experience


  • Previous significant experience as a developer in an investment banking environment

Desired/ Plus:

  1. Education


  • BS degree in Computer Science or equivalent

Desired/ Plus:

  • Degree in finance

Business insight

Within the Global Business Service Unit (GBSU) of SOCIETE GENERALE’s corporate and investment banking, the Finance, Risk and Market data (FRM) unit is responsible for creating, maintaining and enhancing Information systems supporting the calculation of the P&L, the book keeping and measure the risk indicators (Market, Credit, Liquidity…).

LTA is the tribe in charge of the systems for Liquidity risk management, the Treasury management and the Asset, Liabilities management (ALM). The America’s tribe is multi-located in New York, Chicago and Montreal and composed of IT business analysts, IT Developers and Ops agents.

We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents, regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.

Reference: 21000IHL
Starting date: immediate
Publication date: 2021/10/07