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Support Analyst - London - £400-£420 - Urgent - French speaker

Job Title: Support Analyst - London - £400-£420 - Urgent - French speaker
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £400 - £420 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-10254585_1499764970
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Support Analyst - London - £400-£420 - Urgent - French speaker

Montash have been engaged by a Leading Investment back, who require a Support Analyst for a 6-month contract based in London.

I am looking for a Support Analyst to work on the trading application. This role is dedicated to the support of the ETF activity. A key requirement is the high level of responsiveness to production.

In Summary, the essential skills required for the Support Analyst:

  • Must be fluent in French - to liaise with their headquarters.
  • Strong knowledge of Linux (including development/debugging, scripting, and networking)
  • Good knowledge and experience of Python scripting
  • Good understanding of C++ code
  • Work with traders/research on the requirements and development of new features/applications
  • Develop tools that help ensure systems are reliable and efficient
  • Ensure trading systems are up and running at all times
  • Experience in supporting a trading platform in a live production environment

Please get in touch if you are available and ready to take on you next challenge. This is a big role but highly rewardable. Please contact or 0207 014 0231

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