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Java Developer, Trade Insights

Location: New York, NY
Gig # 3704076
Transaction Cost Analysis is a crucial component in the effective use of automated trading strategies, providing clients and agency traders with superior order execution, while minimizing their market impact and risk exposure.
Our TCA product furnishes tools which allow traders to make optimal use of automated trading strategies, supports performance analysis of trades against a variety of benchmarks, and provides rich, visual display of large quantities of information.

We are seeking an outstanding candidate to be part of an agile, highly professional team delivering technology that supports client-facing trading analytics. This experienced individual must have a proven track record of developing quality software, and will support the Transaction Cost Analysis platform, reporting into the Technical Lead.

  • Development of projects supporting equity trading analytics tools.
  • Key accountabilities include development, testing, implementation, and support.
  • Continuous improvement of processes, product development, product quality, and technology.
  • Successful candidate will take ownership of one or more key parts of application.

  • The ideal candidate has had 7+ years of experience of developing software in a complex, data-driven domain.
  • Strong knowledge of Core Java and object-oriented programming.
  • College-level math skills are required
  • Proficiency with computer technologies including Linux, and networking.
  • Experience with a relational database system, preferably Oracle.
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively at all organizational levels. Excellent listening, written, analytical, strategic, and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work productively in a collaborative, team-oriented environment.
  • Strategic thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Financial experience
  • Advanced math skills.
  • Some experience developing Web applications using JavaScript and HTML a plus
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