One of the world’s leading Investment Banks is currently undergoing a huge Greenfield project, looking to create one single Data repository for the entire firm. This is a highly strategic initiative that will allow all parts of the firm to share valuable data to make better-informed trading decisions, impacting over 20,000 end users!
They are looking for a passionate Java engineer with strong experience in modern Big Data technologies to join their team. You will be helping to build a highly scalable, distributed data platform completely in the cloud (GCP), that will be integral in helping to futureproof the entire organisation!
My client uncovers the true nature of fragmented, siloed data for top-tier financial firms, Governments, pharma giants, militaries and countless other high-profile institutions across the world. They’re looking for the top C# Developers in London to build out a next-generation, completely greenfield data analytics platform in an entirely confidential, ground-breaking project leveraging .Net Core 3.1, Kubernetes, Docker and multiple other bleeding-edge and Opensource technologies.
Utilizing Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, they have their fingers in pies across the world with access to never seen before data intended to uncover the true intentions of multiple institutions mentioned above.
- 3+ years C# development experience in an enterprise environment.
- Strong Computer Science, Engineering (or a related subject) background.
- Able to work in a modern software engineering environment, using Agile and DevOps methodologies and tools including Scrum, git and CI/CD.
- Market-leading compensation for permanent positions + competitive bonuses.
- Strong appreciation for work-life balance with a massive emphasis on culture-driven values.
- Ability to work from home some of the time when required.
- The opportunity to work for a global market leading Proprietary Trading firm with an incredibly passionate pool of developers.
For more information please email James.firstname.lastname@example.org