Java Developer with Market Data

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies

Strong developer needed to join the Fixed Income Applications development team with a focus on building and supporting the market data infrastructure. The team's responsibilities span providing real-time market data for fixed income products (bonds, futures, options, FX spots/forwards, deposits, swaps, commodities, swaptions), building infrastructure for determining and recording close marks, and an assortment of loaders for data used by traders on a daily basis (such as Treasury auctions).

Team members interact directly with traders, Middle Office, and other technology teams, so solid communication skills are essential. The team owns the entire software lifecycle, from requirements and design, through implementation, to production releases and support. Release cycles are tight, so in addition to strong development skills, Candidate must have demonstrated the ability to adapt to changing conditions and learn quickly. Candidate must also be a highly organized self-starter dedicated to creating robust, high-quality financial software.

There are no business analysts on the team, so we expect developers to have sufficient business knowledge to understand the requirements on their own. That being said, this is not a particularly Quantitative role as there is a separate Analytics team that undertakes valuation and related work. We focus more on building up and supporting the technical infrastructure used for pricing.

Required skills/experience:
Solid grasp of the fundamentals of Java, C#, and data structures
SQL database development
Strong communication skills
Results-oriented, can deliver quality code with quick turnaround
Self-starter and critical thinker, takes ownership of own projects and makes improvement suggestions for the entire infrastructure

Preferred skills/experience:
User Interface development in C#, preferably with the DevExpress toolkit
Web development, preferably with Grails
Experience with market data vendor feeds (Bloomberg SAPI, Reuters, QuoteVision)
Tibco Rendezvous messaging, preferably using Google Protocol Buffers for serialization
StreamBase event processing platform

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