Athena is a next generation pricing, risk management, analysis and trade management platform. Athena implements a rapid development and deployment model that puts developers at the heart of the business. Athena provides a development environment optimized for financial applications

J. P. Morgan is looking for Great object oriented developers needed to build global risk & transaction management system for fixed income securities on a Python with NoSql platform using a fully automatic test and deployment tool-chain in an efficient Continuous Delivery process. If the candidates want to put their Python skills to great use, or move on from Java/C++/C#/Perl/Ruby, then this could be the role for you!

  • Essential
    • Object oriented analysis and development (From Semi Sr. and above)
    • Java/C++/C#/Perl/Ruby any or more than one of this languages will be good.
    • Interpersonal skills for effective working in a globally distributed team
    • Automated unit testing
    • Fluent or Advanced English.
  • Desirable
    • Python
    • NoSql databases, e.g. Cassandra, BigTable
    • Relational databases, preferably PostgreSQL
    • XML and related technologies ( XSchema, XPath )
    • Message oriented middleware ( e.g. MQSeries )
    • Socket programming
    • TDD
    • Automated Acceptance Testing / Specification By Example
    • Graph-oriented programming
    • Memory and CPU profiling
    • Complex Event Processing

Workplace: Buenos Aires, Capital Federal

Timeshift: Mon to Fri 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM

If you are interested don't hesitate in applying! We offer you a great chance for career development in a global company, great health plan and a more than competent benefits! Sent your resume to: oscar.trujillo@jpmorgan.com

Etiquetas: java jpmorgan python ruby oop
Datos de la oferta laboral
Fecha de publicación
Lugar de trabajo
Lavalle 1877, Buenos Aires Capital Federal
Empresa
JPMORGAN CHASE & CO
Permite trabajar remoto
No
Seniority requerido
Senior
Email de contacto
oscar.trujillo@jpmorgan.com
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