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Java Developer - Electronic Trading

Job Title: Java Developer - Electronic Trading
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: Immediate
Duration: 6+ Months
REF: Ref@ Java478_1487344608
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Java Developer required. A Java Developer is required by Montash's global investment banking client, to join their eRates IT team which is responsible for developing their electronic trading platform for fixed income interest rate products.

It is essential that the Java Developer has a background in developing fixed income and electronic trading applications, and has an extensive background working on multi-threaded Java development projects.

A strong understanding of C++, C#, and Windows is also highly desirable as exposure to Tibco RV although this is by no means essential).

To summarise the Java developer will have the following skills and experience:

  • Proven recent SDLC experience on mature, enterprise multi-threaded Java development projects - greenfield projects should be a minority.
  • Significant (5 year+) prior exposure to high frequency, low latency programming environments - typically in the context of electronic trading for Equities, Commodities, FX or Rates.
  • C/C++ and JNI experience is desirable but not an absolute requirement.
  • Knowledge of ION Marketview and its programming environment would be a plus.

Good knowledge of the following financial instruments, their pricing and/or quotation on most common markets: bonds, swaps, futures, repos is also a plus.

As you will be working in large global team, strong communication skills are also highly saught.

If you are available and interested in this position then please get in touch with your most recent CV.

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