Java/Scala/Clojure Tech Lead - Equity Risk Derivatives

Development

Posted: 30/06/2017

  • Salary: bonus, pernsion
  • Location: London
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Reference: 120617CF
 

Java/Scala/Clojure Tech Lead - Equity Risk Derivatives - VP

Key skills for the Java/Scala/Clojure Tech Lead - Equity Risk Derivatives - VP role:

  • Experience in leading exceptional technology teams as either a technical lead or architect
  • Excellent development skills in Java
  • Strong functional programming skills in a JVM based language (Clojure / Scala)
  • Experience of NoSQL Big Data platforms
  • Demonstrable understanding of concurrent and distributed design patterns and system architecture

Key responsibilities for the Java/Scala/Clojure Tech Lead - Equity Risk Derivatives - VP role:

  • Hands on and passionate technical lead who can turn requirements into a detailed design, building consensus within the team and delivering to committed timescales
  • Management responsibilities within the team including hiring, mentoring, and fostering a culture of engineering excellence
  • Can apply expert knowledge of Java and distributed computing to large scale real-time data processing problems
  • Can apply expert knowledge of RDBMS / NoSQL / time-series / graph data-stores
  • Build and deploy applications on Cloud Linux platforms

About my client for the Java/Scala/Clojure Tech Lead - Equity Risk Derivatives - VP role:

My client is a tier 1 investment bank based in London. They are seeking an experienced technical lead to join them in a mission critical area of the bank. The candidate must have a thorough understanding of core Java and some functional programming (Clojure, Scala) - although you must be happy to pick up Clojure where required. An understanding of Equities would be a huge plus, however, it is not essential for this position.

Java/Scala/Clojure Tech Lead - Equity Risk Derivatives - VP

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