eTrading Application Support Analyst ION / PYTHON / FRONT OFFICE

London

£400 - £420 a day

eTrading Application Support Analyst - ION / PYTHON / FRONT OFFICE

PTS has an opportunity for an eTrading Application Support Analyst onsite one of our prestigious clients, a Tier 1 Investment Bank. The position will be based within their HQ in London. The role requires a strong all-around IT background and proven experience in electronic trading markets on similar environments.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills

Candidates must have relevant experience in a similar role, the majority of which should have been gained within Front Office Trading. They must be experienced in providing support as part of a team, and have practical understanding of the criticality of trading applications.
The role focuses specifically on Rates products, Rates knowledge would be appreciated.
Must have driven, enthusiasm and be committed to work. Must be able to work with minimal supervision and be able to use own initiative. They also need to be a strong team player. The ability to deliver results quickly and under pressure is essential.
We are looking for someone who is analytical and able to solve complex problems.
Ability to be responsible for global uptime target of 99.9%, across the whole Rates and Credit eTrading platform
Market connectivity though ION
Algorithmic trading
Auto negotiation
Pricing
D2D and D2C
Booking
Migration of monitoring to SCADA using Python scripts

If you have the above skill set and would like more information on this role, please send your CV

today.

PTS is an Equal Opportunities employer and applicants are selected solely on the basis of their relevant aptitudes, skills and abilities. No applicant shall receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of sex, marital status, civil partnership status, trans-gender status, pregnancy, maternity, colour race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, disability, age. This is not an exclusive list.

Posted by PTS Resourcing LLP, 09 May