UK-based and trading since 1999, Spreadex is the only firm to offer the option of two types of sports betting - fixed odds and spread betting - plus financial trading.
Are you ready to take on new challenges? You will work as part of an inclusive and diverse team developing bespoke systems for the world leader in sports spread betting and a major player in the financial spread betting industry.
As an established and highly profitable privately owned firm, operating for over 20 years, we understand the importance our employees have to our on-going success. We're a successful company and we're not afraid to share it with our developers offering competitive salaries and benefits package.
Spreadex are based in state-of-the-art trading rooms in St Albans located 20 minutes by train from London St Pancras and a 5 minute walk from St Albans town center. St Albans is a vibrant market town steeped in Roman history boasting an eclectic mix of global street food on market days, pints of local ale in pubs and fine dining in smart restaurants.
Since 2010, the company has tripled revenues from £15 million to £50 million. The company has a healthy margin of over 40%, and is positioned strongly for future growth.
As a fast growing company, we are always looking for talented individuals to join our IT development team. You'll be working with the latest tools and powerful hardware. Collaboration is encouraged and pairing-up to solve particularly tricky problems is the norm. We embrace Agile but we don't follow it blindly.
As a graduate developer you'll be working with a diverse technology stack including C#, .NET, Angular & Typescript and Oracle as well as a range of other technologies such as Docker, Service Fabric, Redis, RabbitMQ. Consul, Graphite/Grafana, ElasticSearch, PowerShell. Whilst we don't expect you to be familiar with all of these, there is plenty of opportunity for learning and development.
If this is the kind of environment that makes you tick and you have a passion for building quality software we want to hear from you.