- Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
- CDI, Plein-temps
- Charles Levick
- 20 nov. 17 2017-11-20
Java Developer Roles within investment banking.
Algorithmic Java Developer: 1 x Vice President (£80,000 - £105,000)
Work on an algo trading platform that has been successfully implemented and used in the Asian market, build from scratch in London to release globally as their cross product platform.
- Need to be a strong Java Developer
- Investment banking experience - preferably with knowledge of futures, cash equities and/or derivatives.
- Automated testing experience is ideal.
- Ability to talk to stakeholders across the business (includes traders).
- Tech: Core Java7/8, high performance, low latency, multi-threaded code.
Product Control Java Developer: 1 x Assistant Vice President (£60,000 - £75,000) 1 x Vice President (£80,000 - £105,000)
Be part of a strategic subledger of the bank to further expand a platform written in Java.
- Assistant Vice President:
- Working in an agile team, providing and therefore helping to deliver business functionality.
- A confident Java Developer with core Java 7.
- Vice President:
- Expected to be an expert in Java Development.
- Coherence and Hibernate a must have.
- Driving version upgrades, new technologies and migration from Coherence to Hadoop. Upgrade from Java 7 to 8.
- Drive innovation and initiatives, jump on production issues or issues and provide solutions.
- Essentially someone who can work at an architectural and poc level but can roll up their sleeves.
Java/Hadoop/Scala Developer: 1 x Assistant Vice President (£60,000 - £75,000)
Work on a team developing a new market risk calculation engine. This project is essential for the bank and has some very senior stakeholders as sponsors.
- Platform is built mainly on Java, Hadoop and Spark. Coding is now done mostly in Scala and migration is on the way from Java to Scala.
- Must have big data experience to join this team.
- Need someone used to an agile environment.
- Team is very talented, small and dynamic - expect to have a say in the way the application is being designed.