Java Low Latency Developer (FX Arbitrage)

London (East), London (Greater)
£95000 - £140000 per annum + Benefits + Bonus
28 Dec 2013
25 Jan 2014
FXLLO 23.12
Dan Stewart
IT
Permanent
Full Time

Java Low Latency Developer (Software Engineer, High Throughput, HFT, FX, J2SE, Core Java, Spring, Hibernate, Python, Multi-threading, Concurrency, Scalable, Collections)

Top Tier Investment Bank - Canary Wharf

£95,000 to £140,000 + Benefits + Bonus

International Top Tier Investment Bank urgently seeking Senior Java Low Latency Developer to be the lead developer on a Greenfield FX arbitrage trading application to be used globally within the teams following the trading locations.

As the Java Low Latency Developer you will be building a highly scalable FX trading platform, your expertise both of robust performing Core Java Server Side code with sector experience to understand how the market works and the best methods will help you design and build one of the most advanced FX banking systems in the global market.

You will be hands on in all elements of the development life cycle, you will also be providing mentoring and instructions to other team members.

Key requirements;

  • Exceptional Core Java Development experience (Essential)
  • Low Latency High Throughput system performance experience (Required)
  • Industry knowledge of front office FX, Equities, Options, CFD's experience (Highly Beneficial)
  • Multi-threaded & concurrent development experience (Required)
  • Degree level education minimum in Computer Science or related discipline (Required)

To come into one of the world's leading banks to build the next generation of highly profitable trading systems is a rare opportunity as most businesses are improving legacy systems. You will be getting unrivalled exposure to build a platform from scratch. Please contact Dan Stewart @ Harrington Starr for more information.

Java Low Latency Developer (Software Engineer, High Throughput, HFT, FX, J2SE, Core Java, Spring, Hibernate, Python, Multi-threading, Concurrency, Scalable, Collections)