Java Developer - E-Trading, Equities, FIX, Linux, HFT, Algo

London

£600 - £750 a day

Java Developer - Electronic Trading, Equities, FIX, Linux, HFT, Algo
£600 - £750 per day
London

My Client is a large International Financial Institution who are looking to expand a major team within their Equities Trading Technology team and subsequently urgently require a high class, industry leading Java Developer with outstanding Core Java Development skills. In addition they require previous Electronic Trading, Algo Trading, Low Latency and High Frequency Trading experience and FIX, Linux and Networking expertise.

As Equities Java Developer you will work as part of the slick global Development team to further develop and deploy the strategic Equities OMS (Order Management System) platform according to business plans and priorities. You will provide hands on Core Java development including design, development, testing production rollout plus 3rd level support where needed. You will need to work with business stakeholders as needed in order to understand their needs and provide optimal solutions within agreed deadlines and cost profile.

To be considered you must have outstanding Core Java Development skills and experience, having previously worked on Front Office, E-Trading, Algo, Low Latency, High Frequency Trading systems. Previous Equities experience specifically would be of a strong preference. Strong FIX, Linux, Networking as well as GIT, SVN are also required.

If this role is of interest, please send a latest CV to this advert ASAP.

Java Developer
Core Java
Electronic Trading, Algo Trading, Low Latency, High Frequency Trading (HFT), DMA
Equities
OMS
FIX
Linux
Networking
GIT
SVN

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Posted by Haysfm, 17 Feb