Senior Java Developer

Location: City of London, London Salary: £80000 - £100000 per annum + bonus
Sector: Banking IT, Development Type: Permanent

An award-winning equities trading firm are seeking a strong Java developer to join their pioneering development group as the Lead of Surveillance Systems Development.

You will become the application owner of the regulatory systems, working closely with the project management and application support team to drive timely delivery of scheduled updates as well as enhancing software development and release management process with key technology stakeholders across the business.

As Development Lead you will working closely with end-users, business owners and other technology teams as you develop and maintain excellent relationships. On a day-to-day basis you will direct the team developers, driving productivity and escalating issues appropriately, while supporting their weekly sprints.

This role is a team lead role, however you will give hands-on contributions regularly on a daily basis; an excellent command of Java, C#, SQL, JavaScript and HTML (Amber and React frameworks) is essential.

You will have:

  • Proven prior experience of team supervision and application ownership.
  • Proven prior experience in trading surveillance systems, trade processing, MiFID II regulatory framework.
  • Familiar with Linux environment.
  • Knowledge of scripting technologies (Python preferred)

This is a permanent London-based position, paying up to 100K with additional benefits.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of Europe's leading proprietary trading organisations at a time where they are experiencing fantastic success and growth.

If the above sounds suited to you, please apply.

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