|Job Ref:||204735432||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||£80000 - £120000/annum Benefits + Bonus||Post Date:||05/10/2016 03:26|
Front Office Java / Scala Technical Lead - Fixed Income - Investment Banking|
Salary: circa £80-120K + benefits + strong bonus potential
A leading Global Investment Bank are looking to hire a Front Office Java / Scala Technical Lead within their Credit / Fixed Income to run a number of key initiatives and projects. The individual will face off to the business including traders & quants and matrix manage resources / developers to ensure effective full software lifecycle delivery. This is a hands on development role so the individual will be expected to be able to contribute quality code as well as work on architecture, business analysis and project delivery aspects (50/50 split). The focus is around Front Office PnL and Risk Management systems so any experience building and enhancing code within this area would be ideal but not essential, main thing is experience with enterprise, scalable and real time systems.
They are happy to hire someone with strong Java coding skills who would like to evolve their Scala exposure and skills over time. Prior Scala experience is not essential, just a passion to learn / use it.
Ideal Skills / Experience:
- Strong Technical Lead / Software Project Delivery Skills (full lifecycle)
- Strong Java Development skills, enterprise, real time multithreaded systems.
- Passion to learn or utilise Scala, this will be used more and more moving forward
- Solid stakeholder facing skills, ability to face off to business and technology colleagues
- Ideally worked in Front Office / Fixed Income / Credit / Derivatives environment
This is an ideal role for a senior developer / technical lead with strong Java skills who would like to be a key player in a multi distributed high throughout front office environment and also to learn / utilise Scala as a language more and more as it emerges as a strong functional languages moving forward