Agile, C#, SSRS, WCF, Silverlight.
BNP Paribas Group BNP Paribas (www.bnpparibas.com), is a European leader in global banking and financial services and is one of the strongest banks in the world (Rated AA by Standard & Poors i.e. 3rd rating on a scale of 22).
Headquartered in France, BNP Paribas has one of the largest international networks with operations in more than 80 countries and 200, 000 employees.
Its three core businesses are:
*Corporate and Investment Banking
*Investment Solutions BNP Paribas India Solutions Pvt Ltd.
BNP Paribas India Solutions (BNPPISPL) is a global delivery centre for BNP Paribas Group, BNPPISPL provides IT Solutions, BPO and Knowledge Services to the international Corporate and Investment Banking business of BNP Paribas Group.
Job and Person Specification Job Role:
Technical Lead Location:
BNPP ISPL Department:
*IT Shift Timings , If any:
Regular Job Purpose:
To be a .
NET Technical Lead for the REVAL team Key Expectation:
To provide technical solutions for user requirements and manage team To provide technical consultancy to team members To develop sturdy and flexible software code with good quality and design To write Unit Tests and review other developers code Meet the objectives set by Reporting Manager (Onshore and offshore) so as to meet organization goals To support the existing system To design new components and suggest changes in current architecture To ensure that team adheres to coding standards Candidate Requirements for the role 7 to 9 years of Experience.
BE or MCA or Equivalent.
Technical knowledge & Skills:
C# MS SQL Design Patterns OO Design and Programming Web Services or WCF Ability to implement and enforce Development standards ASP .
NET / MVC Desirable skills:
SSIS SSRS Silverlight 4 HTML5 / AngularJS NUnit / MS Test / Specflow Tests Agile methodologies Preferred Industry/domain experience:
Some IT experience in finance would be useful.
Team player Good communication skills Motivated Ability to use initiative & problem solving ability Ability to establish good working relationships