Position
Java Developer for Global Asset Mgmt. Firm


Recruiter
Selby Jennings


Location
Seattle, United States


Salary
Competitive


Date
13 March 2017


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The client is a multi-strategy fixed income focused alternative asset manager. The Developer will work directly on assignments that improve the experience, effectiveness, and profitability of the firm’s investment group. The technologist is expected to work collaboratively with their team and investment managers to deliver improved analytics and automation.

Requirements:

5+ years of financial experience working and having worked with fixed income products on trading platforms.

5+ years of object-oriented design and development experience using Java programming.

Sufficient knowledge of quantitative analysis, backed by practical experience or educational background

Proficiency with development concepts like source code control, unit/integration testing, and continuous integration

Technical Background:

Proficiency with Java 7/8, Spring Framework, HTML, XML, enterprise SOA patterns

Prior work with projects using Swing or other Java-based UI toolkits

Knowledge of large data sets and complex SQL queries

Education

Master’s, or Ph. D. in Computer Science, Financial Engineering, Mathematics, or a related discipline

Benefits

Completive base salary and bonus structure (200k and higher)

un-capped potential for lateral mobility

Health benefits and 401k plan
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