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FX etrading Support Analyst

Job Title: FX etrading Support Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £275 - £350 per day
Start Date: Asap
Duration: 6 Months +
REF: FXet12_32787
Contact Name: Laurence Lefevre
Contact Email: laurencel@montash.com
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Job Description

FX etrading Support Analyst £300 - £375 Per Day - Asap - Contract - 6 Months +

My client is a leading investment bank in need of a talented FX etrading Support Analyst.

The succesful FI APS EM FX eTrading Support Analsyst will be a self starter,motivated to learn and have a strong ability to solve complex problems. This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a gloabl inbestment bank.

The succesful FI APS EM FX eTrading Support Analyst Must have experience in:

  • Relevant support experience of FX etrading in a investment bank
  • SQL Server, Oracle
  • Splunk* Nice to have
  • Windows, UNIX
  • Aware of existence of used technologies: TCP/IP, TIBCO RV, MQ, C++, Java, C#/.NET, HTTP
  • Python
  • Market Data mechanisms
  • Network
  • Distributed systems

The succesful FX Etrading Support Analyst will have the following responsibilties:

  1. First line support on FX Electronic Trading systems, Deal Capture and Order Management systems.
  2. Main point of contact of developers and infrastructure teams involved
  3. Responsible of training FX Support teams worldwide
  4. Incident and Problem management.
  5. Facilitation of Production Releases.
  6. The team looks after the Europe based traders & middle office)- and fits within a global support organisation with other teams based in New York, Singapore, and Mumbai.

If you are a perfect match for this FX Etrading Support Analyst opportunity please call me ASAP on +44 (0)20 7014 0231

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