|Job Ref:||204774806||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||£40000 - £60000/annum Bonus + Benefits + Great Working Env||Post Date:||12/10/2016 03:35|
Graduate Java developers - Finance - Hedge Fund - Java / J2EE - £40k - £60K |
Graduate Java Developers / Java software developers are needed to join a highly successful technology focused financial hedge fund based in Central London. This is an excellent opportunity for graduate software developers with strong Java experience that are looking to work in the finance industry, but does not want to work the typical long hours and high pressure environments that finance has attached to it`s reputation. This is a very unique Java software development opportunity that most financial institutions will not be able to offer. You will be creating highly innovative and complicated Java applications for high frequency trading systems that are used to transfer millions of pounds every single day.
As an entry level Java developer you will receive a very competitive starting salary with the typical benefits that you would receive in any corporate environment (pension, health care, dental care, travel passes etc). On top of this you will be working in a fun and relaxed environment, wear casual clothes (jeans and t-shirt), company funded holidays and outings as well as a first class training scheme where you will be personally mentored by some of the best Java software developers currently working in the finance industry.
You will need to be a self-starter with (or about to achieve) a degree in Computer Science (or related field) from a leading University. *This role is not designed for highly experienced Java developers. You must have a strong understanding of Java software development and you must have a real desire to strive to be the best software developer that you can be (they want to hire the best!). Any experience or knowledge of finance is beneficial but by no means is it necessary; the most important aspect is the desire to work as a software developer