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Java Electronic Trading Developer

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
The firm is looking for a senior systems engineer and technical expert in the development of very highly sophisticated and complex trading and back office applications for a major functional and/or product area within the securities businesses. Analyze highly complex business requirements. Write functional documents and design technical specifications. Design and/or redesign existing complex computer platforms and applications. Provide coding direction and guidance on complex calculations and details of complex products with less experienced staff. Maintain full project life-cycle tasks, such as business and technical analysis, designing, coding, testing, and implementation plans. Maintain all system diagrams, system interface charts and any other compliance policy and procedure documents. Work closely with quality analysts on the preparation of test cases. Coordinate implementation activities across a broad range of functions and departments; work with client groups to identify, arrange, and/or deliver training needs.
The individual will be part of the Fixed Income ETrading / Low Latency area and focus in Java.
Basic Qualifications
7+ years in application development and implementation and 4+ years experience in the securities industry

Minimum Qualifications
7+ years of High performance programming techniques in Java in a Capital Markets environment (Equities or Fixed Income)
Capability of conducting enterprise research and evaluation of new technologies within a Capital Markets Environment (Equities or Fixed Income experience)
Low Latency trading systems experience in Java
Knowledge and implementation of multiple Languages (C++, C#) and hardware analysis
Data Modeling experience
Big Data Approach and implementation

Preferred Qualifications
Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science or related engineering field



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