Python Developer at Luxoft Usa in Toronto, Ontario

Luxoft Usa Inc
September 15, 2020
Toronto, Ontario
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Python Developer

Applying to the position, you may join one of the most respected and fastest growing institutional investors in the world. Our client is a professional investment management organization that globally invests the funds of the Canada Pension Plan to ensure long-term sustainability. The company invests in all major asset classes, including public equity, private equity, real estate, infrastructure and fixed-income instruments, and currently has offices in Toronto, London, Hong Kong, New York, Satildeo Paulo, Luxembourg and Mumbai. Responsibilities
Manage timelinesdeliverables within the team towards the successful delivery of projects. Design software solutions by interacting with portfolio managers, traders, operations staff and peers to understand requirements. Develop solutions that are in line with client's technology biases, deliver efficiency and scalability, and enable new trading activities. Provide knowledge transfer to team members and support staff through application demos, walkthroughs, and documentation. Mandatory Skillsbull University degree in Engineering or Computer Science preferred. bull Python FLASK, Pandas, Sqlachemy 5+ years bull Pylint and pynose 4+ years bull Pypi, Gulp, 4+ years bull Git, Maven, Jenkins, urbancode, Sonar
Qube 4+ years bull Jira, Confluence
- confident user bull Agile, Scrum framework 2+ years' experience on past projects Nice-to-Have Skillsbull Capital Markets domain experience bull Solid knowledge and experience with Beacon Core and Beacon Front Office suite 3+ years bull Angular, Java
Script, React bull Selenium (UI test automation) bull Tableau, Qlik

Job Expires: 2020-12-14
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