A multinational bank and financial services company offering retail, corporate and investment banking as well as wealth management is currently seeking a Margin C# .NET Developer to join their team in New York. This firm believes that to better understand their employee’s needs they must better understand their employees.
This firm recognizes each employee wears many hats and takes on countless responsibilities; in turn they give back to their employees. They offer a flexible work environment and incredible benefits. This firm also believes in the power of networking, learning for life and giving back to the community.
This candidate must be a well rounded developer who will work as part of a cross functional agile development team.
He/She will work as a part of a local team and liaise regularly with colleagues in other regions.
Contribute to the Risk and Analytics (RnA) development team as a senior developer on the strategic Margin Generation initiative
Build an application that is used to calculate margin requirements for our clients
Support the application when the support team escalates issues
Work with related IT areas such as UI, data, etc
Develop relationships with other development teams, risk management, support and other end users
Performing 3rd line support
Innovate tools for prime services, performance improvement and support analysis
Participate in design, development and support of new and existing front office applications
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer science, Engineering or related
5 years of experience with in-depth hands-on skills within C#.NET software design and development
5 years of experience in service architecture based on HTTP/REST
5 years of experience and advanced programming knowledge – Multi-threading, LINQ, Asynchronous Programming, Serialization
Experience with MongoDB or any No-SQL platform and Hadoop related technologies
Experience working in an investment banking environment
Exposure to financial products such as equities, bonds and derivatives
Experience with test-driven development and automated testing