Senior C#/Java Developer at in New York, New York
June 29, 2020
New York, New York
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Senior C#/Java Developer

Our client is a global investment solutions provider with more than 2,200 dedicated professionals in 12 countries focused on a single mission: to manage risks and deliver returns for our clients. We are recognized as an innovator, industry thought leader and trusted advisor to our clients around the world. We aspire to cultivate performance and leadership through empowering our people, diversity of thought, and a commitment to an inclusive culture that engages in our global communities. Job Description: We are seeking a talented developer to join our team. We build the core applications, platforms and tools that are the backbone of clients trading and portfolio management processes.
Trade risk sizing and capital allocation decision support tools Order generation Fine-grained trade risk and performance tracking Portfolio PnL and historical performance attribution Customized Trade Floor reporting Responsibilities:
Forward development of new system components and enhancements to the existing codebase Direct interaction with business users (Trade Floor, PMs, Risk Managers, etc.) in order to define, rollout, and support new platform features Detailed understanding of various aspects of business and operational processes Architecture, design, and coding; solving engineering challenges associated with large data processing volumes, complex calculation dependencies, horizontal compute scale vs centralized data storage, etc. Requirements:
BS/BA degree in Computer Science required 3-8 years of hands-on UI/UX development with Angular/HTML5 3-8 years of hands-on server application development experience in C# or Java Experience with WPF Experience in building distributed systems and multi-threading Financial Industry experience is a plus, but not requiredas long as you are interested in learning the domainby Jobble

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