Software Engineer - FICC Derivative Automation Tech
MORE ABOUT THIS JOB
FICC Technology is looking for a developer to work on a strategic platform for pricing, quoting and lifecycle automation for our division. This platform will be used to drive real-time decision making and trade-booking by traders and sales across a range of business lines on a daily basis.
The ideal candidate would have experience and interest in building a large scale distributed system that is fast, accurate and highly reliable. They should also have commercial experience in Java.
The successful candidate will join a team of talented developers working on this highly visible and prestigious project. The opportunity will appeal to motivated individuals who want to work directly with the trading desks. RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS How will you fulfil your potential?
- Builds a unified world-class platform for pricing, quoting and lifecycle automation in various FICC derivatives products.
- Demonstrates excellent communication skills including experience speaking to technical and business audiences and working globally.
- Works with global teams on projects that will have global impact
- Proactively engages with stakeholders through the software development lifecycle (SDLC) of the projects
- Brings innovative thoughts and new ideas to the table
- 2+ years of professional Java development experience
- Excellent object oriented analysis and design skills
- Familiarity with automated testing, DevOps and Continuous Deployment
- Strong knowledge of data structures, algorithms
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or related technical discipline
- Comfortable multi-tasking, managing multiple stakeholders and working as part of a team
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- Experience in NoSQL data stores, e.g. Cassandra, MongoDB or Elastic
- Experience in modern message oriented middleware, e.g. Kafka or RabbitMQ
- Experience in debugging distribution systems
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