Position
Senior Software Developer - Start Up Hedge Fund


Recruiter
Selby Jennings


Location
New York, United State


Salary
Competitive


Date
16 February 2017


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My client is looking for a motivated Senior VP Software Developer with a strong technical background to join our Global Data team and work on developing next generation Financial Market Java/C# applications. This opportunity is based in New York, New York and the team will consider candidates from all areas of USA as long as they are willing to relocate. You will be working with the top developers in the world, develop, and manage OMS framework within the order & execution management group. If you are a self-motivated developer who likes to research, learn and apply current technology to build new products and functionality that anticipate our customers' needs, this role may be for you!

We'll trust you to:

4-7 years work with Java or C# programing a must.

Must have the ability to clean code and also write tests (end-to-end, integration, unit).

Working in Agile environment (SCRUM, pair programming) is a plus.

Willing to learn about equity derivatives business, as well as interact with trading/sales. The industry/business experience not necessary.
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