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McLean Virginia - 130-150k +Bonus Full Time Posted: Friday, 11 January 2019
 
 
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Sr. Trading Model Developer

Responsibilities

Employ extensive professional experience and creativity to resolve complex technical problems
Provide L3 Production Support for I&CM core applications
Provide solutions to technical issues, including hands-on code enhancements and defect fixing to the applications in the portfolio
Drive for tactical outcome to increase development team's efficiency and productivity
Engage with the business users, application owners and other affected parties during problem resolution
Document lessons learned, help maintain knowledge database
Coordinate end to end application onboarding to production
Managing concurrent EDM initiatives
Ability to positively adapt to rapidly growing and changing environment, while working under pressure
Promote top code quality by leading design and code reviews, and solve challenging issues related to performance tuning and scalability

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology, related field or equivalent work experience
8+ years of application development and support coupled with infrastructure experience
6+ years of collective experience with databases (Sybase, DB2, SQL Server, Oracle)
6+ years of hands on experience with Scripting language: UNIX Shell
6+ years of strong support skills in Middleware technologies (WebLogic, Web Methods, Apache, Tomcat, MQ, IIS, etc.) in UNIX and/or Windows environment
Sound proficiency with Java based technologies, hands on experience in design patterns and UML design tools
Experience in using GIT, TeamForge, Jenkins and Artifactory
Strong Knowledge of Java, J2EE, JSF, JPA, JSP, Web Services, HTML, XML, JDBC, SQL, OOA and OOD
Excellent interpersonal, team, verbal, written and listening skills


McLean Virginia, United States of America
IT
Executive
130-150k +Bonus
Request Technology - Kyle Honn
Kyle Honn
JSSB
1/11/2019 2:54:54 PM

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