Story Behind the Need:
• This GWRT – Derivatives and Structured Product Technology department is specifically focused on derivatives technology.
• They look after the end to end applications of there in house-built trading platform.
• Project: The Group is supporting multiple regulatory initiatives for global markets.
• Reason for request: Project – Workload
Candidate Value Proposition:
• The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be exposed to various technologies and algorithms that integrate multiple aspects of the bank.
Typical Day in Role:
• Analyze highly complex business requirements;
• Generate technical specifications to design or redesign complex software components and applications
• Act as an expert technical resource for modeling, simulation and analysis efforts Leverage industry best practices to design, test, implement and support a solution
• Assure quality, security and compliance requirements are met for supported area Be flexible and thrive in an evolving environment
• Adapt to change quickly and adjust work accordingly in a positive manner
Candidate Requirements/Must Have Skills:
• 5 + years’ development Java Development
• 5 + years’ database development with Sybase and PL/SQL
• Derivative product exp. within capital markets – understanding the products and regulatory reporting itself (Dodd Franklin, OTC, plus) – minimum 1 recent project *nice to have exp. with market exp.
• Good communication skills to work with the end user client as needed
Nice to have skills:
• Recent system exp. with derivative technology is preferred and will be prioritized
• Previous Client exp. is a plus
• Kafka knowledge / exposure is a plus
• Experience building APIs is a plus
Degrees or certifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a technical field such as computer science, computer engineering or related field required. MBA or other related advanced degree preferred
Candidate Review & Selection:
• 1-2 Step process: 1-2 Microsoft Teams Interview
• Bit of both development (net new enhancements/ coding with new reports – changes that are mandated by regulators – 50/50 for net new development + adding new functionalities to existing codes)
• Some level of support once code is implemented – would be SMES in changes – and will require that have some level support – but today code review is regulatory (ad-hoc maybe 20-30% of the role)
• Contractors will be testing codes as well
• 70% -80% of role will be focused on development; 20-30% will be on production support
• 100% back end development
• Kafka (database development)
• Java used in batch jobs + real time job (gooey job) person will be potentially working on the Ui component
• Migrating to Kafka – is a nice to have haven’t migrated data yet (Sybase will be sent to Kafka bus)
• Regulations will be supporting include Dodd Frank, CSDC, Emir, Brexit (coming up for transition)
• If they can interact with the users will be imperative – if BSA needs to step in they will