AGILE Java Developer (Low Latency, High Performance FX Trading)

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£35000 - £55000 per annum + Benefits + Bonus
Posted
14 Feb 2014
Closes
14 Mar 2014
Ref
AGILSE 9.2.
Contact
Dan Stewart
Function
IT
Job Level
Executive
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Java Developer (Core Java, J2SE, JMS, FIX, XML, Socket, Multi-threading, Asynchronous, Concurrency)

Arbitrage Trading Vendor - London City

£35k to £55k + Benefits + Bonus

A specialist software house building Arbitrage Trading applications are seeking a Java Developer (J2SE, AGILE) that will build the flagship low latency, high throughput systems that are used in high profile hedge funds and other buy side trading institutions in the London financial market.

As the Java Developer (J2SE, AGILE) your role will be to work on the showbiz end of the product, the market connectivity applications and scalability for Forex and Derivatives trading. This means you will be learning the latest versions of ultra high performance in small agile teams from design through to deployment, which is incredibly valuable to the businesses that trade 1.000's of transactions per second.

Key requirements;

  • Strong experience of Core Java software development in a commercial environment (Essential)
  • Good object oriented design skills (Highly Beneficial)
  • AGILE working experience (Beneficial)
  • Degree level education in software engineering or similar discipline (Beneficial)

Whilst it is easy to enjoy the company environment, being a software product business, you will get to focus on high quality but it is also a career entry into an industry that is one of the most lucrative and widespread for a technologist. The brand is known in the market to be world class standards because of investment it makes into its people's progression, this means not only will you get unrivaled exposure to financial technology but your long term options will be broad because your valuable experience.

Java Developer (Core Java, J2SE, JMS, FIX, XML, Socket, Multi-threading, Asynchronous, Concurrency)