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IT Front office support - London - £400- £425 - Investment bank

Job Title: IT Front office support - London - £400- £425 - Investment bank
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £400 - £425 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: A-2585285_1500553393
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

IT Front office support - London - £400- £425 - Investment banking

I have been engaged by global investment bank, who are looking to require a Front office support for a 3-month contract based in London.

The main duties for this role will include the setting of proprietary software's for booking, pricing and trading (manual and automaton, market interface)

Require skills for IT Front office support:

  • You must have Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Financial knowledge is not essential
  • Must be able to thrive in a demanding front-office environment
  • Highly motivated team player but also capable of working independently
  • Programming skills for scripting or small development
  • Knowledge in C#/ Java Perl/ PHP/ Visual Basic

This is an extremely good role for someone who is looking to further their career and gain some serious skills with in one of the world's largest investment banks, if you are available please give me a call on 0207 014 0231 or

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