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KDB Developer Belfast, GBP30000 - GBP50000 per annum AMG/KDB29.04.19_1558437457 Permanent 21/05/2019 Adam Mohammad Anson McCade

Senior Developer - KDB

Belfast

A Senior Developer (KDB, KDB+, C++, Python) is needed to play a key role in the development of front-office applications within one of the world's leading investment banking.

Offering an excellent opportunity for a Senior Developer (KDB, KDB+, C++, Python) to join one of the most technology driven organisations in Investment Banking.

In Investment Banking this company holds one of the best reputations in the sector, providing ample career progression and unlimited exposure to cutting-edge and emerging technologies. By working for this global main-stay you will take full advantage of the benefits available within one of the biggest organisations in the world by expanding your skill-set and your career prospects.

As Senior Developer (KDB, KDB+, C++, Python) you will play SME in the development of low-latency systems using the KDB or C++ programming languages.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop parts of the fxkdb target state architecture with the help of senior kdb developers
  • Aid migration of a number of legacy systems from an old code base to the modern standardised framework.
  • Document business requirements, propose and develop solutions,
    carry out testing to ensure requirements are met.
  • Continual improvement of the software development lifecycle and quality of the product.
  • Support users with accessing and querying data

Skills Required:

  • Extensive years of experience in KDB
  • Experience working on long term projects and expertise in delivering results
  • Graduated ideally to degree level with a computer degree/Maths or Physics

If you are interetsed in this position please click apply or contact Aidan on 020 7780 6700

Locations: Belfast

Agency: Anson McCade

Salary: £30,000 to £50,000

Contact: Aidan McGrath

Telephone: 020 7780 6700

Ref: *AMC*AMG/KDB03.04.19