Software Engineer, Murex

  • Job Reference: R-00235214
  • Date Posted: 8 June 2024
  • Employer: NatWest Group
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  • Location: Bangalore
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Engineering, I.T. & Communications
  • Job Type: Full Time

Job Description

Join us as a Software Engineer

  • Hone your technical skills and take on a new challenge with great learning and development potential
  • You’ll be applying widely agreed software engineering principles and methodologies to design, develop, test and maintain applications and services to achieve business goals
  • You'll have the opportunity to build strong relationships and work closely with key stakeholders
  • We're offering this role at associate level

What you'll do

As a Software Engineer, you’ll be aligning to our architectural direction and principles, making sure that the applications and services being built adhere to them. You’ll be liaising with engineers, architects, business analysts and other key stakeholders to understand key objectives and requirements.

You’ll also be:

  • Helping to design and develop reusable libraries and application programming interfaces for use across the bank
  • Delivering software components to enable the delivery of platforms, applications and services
  • Helping to design and develop high volume, high performance and high availability applications using proven frameworks and technologies
  • Supporting well thought out estimates after a thorough consideration of design, build and testing of complexity and maintainability and serviceability

The skills you'll need

To succeed in this role, you’ll need a background in software engineering, software design or database design and architecture.

Additionally, you’ll need:

  • A background of implementing programming best practice especially around scalability, availability and performance
  • Experience of test driven development alongside the use of automated test frameworks, mocking and stubbing and unit testing tools
  • Expertise in Murex development
  • The ability to understand and support, modify and maintain systems and code developed by other engineer teams
  • Experience working with code repositories, bug tracking tools and wikis