Senior Java Developer
Major Financial Institute
FX Trading Platform
High Performing Team
Position & Role
This global financial institute is looking for a Senior Java developer to join their high performing, fast paced team environment. This role will focus on the delivery of a low-latency, high-performance multi-asset dealing platform within the programme. This position requires a developer with a proven track-record in delivery of similar systems, preferably in Tier 1 investment banking teams, with particular focus on pricing, execution and or post trade platforms. The role will be part of the Global team.
- Building an ecommerce (multi-asset) platform
- Delivering low-latency, high-performance multi-asset dealing platform within the programme.
- Built highly multi-threaded systems in a low latency environment using core java (Collections, multithreading, OOP, GC)
- Object orientated design and architecture skills (EIPs, Application Architecture, Design Patterns, Redundant and fault-tolerant systems design)
- Worked in a performance sensitive SoA/Micro-services environment
- Unix systems - Redhat, CentOS, etc
- Relational Databases - Oracle, Sybase, MySQL, Flyway, Liquibase
- Messaging architectures and systems (transaction processing)
- In-memory data grid - Oracle Coherence or Gigaspaces, Hazlecast, Gridgain, etc
- Full-lifecycle development including build and deployment tools - Jenkins, Maven, Artifactory, OpsCode Chef, Ansible, Docker, Zookeeper
- Focus on TDD and or BDD
- Strong analytical skills in pricing and trading, ideally in FX, to support effective requirements capture from business teams into deliverables.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact James Brady in our Sydney office on 02 8233 4337 or send your CV directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
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