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Flex Developer (Flash, HTML5, Agile, GUI)

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Recruiter
Harrington Starr
Posted
09 November 2013
Closes
07 December 2013
Ref
FLX 5.11
Contact
Dan Stewart
Function
Job Level
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£50000 - £70000 per annum

Further information

Flex Developer

(Flex 3, Flex 4, AGILE, HTML5, FIX, Java, Concurrency, Sockets, Unix, Ubuntu, Linux, Data Structures, Clustering, Failover, SWAPS, J2EE, J2SE)

Start-up Hedge Fund - London City

£50,000 to £70,000

Flex Developer (Flex 4, HTML5, FIX) needed to join Start-up Hedge Fund based in the city trading Fixed Income, Equities and Derivatives with external relationships witihn top tier investment banks and exchanges in London.

As the Flex Developer (Flex 4, HTML5, FIX) you will be joining a small team of high profile Flex experts building user interface applications for a interbank connectivity hub. The team work in AGILE sprints, quick release and go live code.

You will be encouraged to innovate within the business, collaborate with end users and also back end server side developers from other areas of this growing business to broaden your skills and add value to your career with working within a flat structure without the red tape that you would experience in a large instituion.

Key requirements;

  • Flex development expertise (Essential - Flex 3 or Flex 4)
  • HTML5 development experience (Beneficial)
  • Java EE/SE development experience (Beneficial)
  • Understanding of concurrent programming and multi-threaded applications (Highly Beneficial)

This will be the ideal opportunity for a Flex specialist that enjoys learning and working with bight technology minds that are passionate about creating something that's not been built before, you will increase your technical expertise and pick up highly valuable domain knowledge protecting your career. To find out more please contact Dan Stewart @ Harrington Starr for more information.

Flex Developer (Flex 3, Flex 4, AGILE, HTML5, FIX, Java, Concurrency, Sockets, Unix, Ubuntu, Linux, Data Structures, Clustering, Failover, SWAPS, J2EE, J2SE)

Harrington Starr