One of the most successful hedge funds in the world with over $100bn AUM, are seeking a strong C# developer to play a key role in designing, testing, deploying, and maintaining the firm’s critical trade management system.
This fund exists at the intersection of finance and technology, combining the deep industry knowledge of leading portfolio managers and financial analysts with software engineers and quantitative researchers. With over 1000 employees across the globe, this fund embraces a culture that welcomes the free flow of ideas, promotes career development, and supports the health and wellbeing of their people through world-class benefits.
A successful candidate is expected to work closely with the team lead and manager, as he/she works either independently or within a team. They should be a strong communicator, self-motivated and have a deep passion for technology with concentrated focus on the .NET based technologies with a heavy focus on distributed systems and high-volume processing.
- System design and enhancements on multithreaded, high volume trade flow processing
- Capable of making independent decisions whilst mitigating risk
- Demonstrate an ownership mentality in all aspects of the firm’s trade management systems
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and be able to multi-task between second-line support and strategic development responsibilities
- 5+ years of experience in a formal enterprise-level development environment in C#
- Strong experience in multi-threaded programming and OO design
- Strong experience building connected, service-orientated applications
- Experience and familiarity with enterprise messaging systems
- Experience in Dev/Ops (JIRA/Git/Team City/Octopus Deploy)
- Agile software development concepts
- Behaviour and test-driven development
- Full stack software development, including Web and mobile frameworks such as React JS, Angular
- Knowledge of FIX protocol
- MS SQL
- Familiarity with US and International Equity, Fixed Income and Commodity markets
- Understanding of post-trade lifecycle