Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Trader Tool Developer: $120-$140K

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Description
You will be building C# tools for the desk, rapid application development in Excel VBA, C# pricing and risk tools Leading Fixed Income risk / Derivatives trading house is now seeking a strong developer who is experienced in the trading business. The best candidate has worked in the front office along side of traders delivering solutions directly to the traders and senior management.

You will be building C# tools for the desk, rapid application development in Excel VBA, C# pricing and risk tools, etc. This is a real time front office environment and you will be expected to understand how to do hardcore C# risk analytics and spreadsheet development. Full life cycle development of a electronic trading platform would be a plus.

This role will require a candidate to have top communication skills, similar to that of a BA, a person who is able to work with Sr management, and head traders understand their needs and build / deliver technical solutions with VBA, C# and server side Java. A strength in Fixed Income / Derivative front office development will be key. (VB.Net, Excel VBA, C# and Java are all used to build trader tools)

You will be sitting on the floor with the traders working to deliver risk and pricing tools, building a valuation system, set up C# / excel / vba lite weight components to service the traders, and build in new market data interface.

Skills -
Front office experience
Strong C# .Net and Java ( Tibco, Ejb, JMS, Spring) and VBA/ EXCEL RAD skills
Business analyst qualities, able to take technical specs, work with sr management, over see technical
projects, and have hands on technical skills
Understanding of pricing an risk of exotic derivatives and Fixed Income products.
Understanding of the Fixed Income / Derivative trading space.

If you feel this could be a good fit please apply now and feel free to call in with questions to 212 707 8220.
Requirements DEVELOPMENT - VISUAL BASIC / VBA

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