Java Developer Java J2SE LLM FX Trading

Client Server Ltd.
London (South)
£75k to £90k + bonus + benefits
14 Oct 2016
19 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Java Developer London to £90k Java Developer / Software Engineer (Low Latency Messaging Concurrency Java J2SE). Highly successful and profitable FX Prop Trading company is seeking a skilled Java Developer with a passion for software engineering. As a Java Developer you will design and develop a range of complex low latency, high through-put automated trading systems that average daily volumes in excess of $4 trillion. You will be working across the full Java J2SE development lifecycle; projects include a complex front end trading application, performance improvement, market connectors and analysis tools. Systems are concurrent, real-time and require excellent multi-threading and heavy messaging knowledge. Above all they are seeking skilled technologists – no finance experience required making this a superb opportunity to gain valuable trading experience. As a Java Developer you will be working closely with other technologists and Front Office traders within a collaborative agile development environment with amazing career growth opportunities. Requirements for Java Developer: Technology enthusiast, bright with a real passion for delivering clean, concise, scalable code Strong object orientated core Java design and development skills with good knowledge of server side J2SE Experience of multi-threading and concurrency Good knowledge of messaging and networking technologies (e.g. TCP, UDP, IPC, Tibco, JMS, Multicast) Performance and tuning Degree educated in a technical or numerate discipline from an established university Desirable: experience of working on low latency, high throughput systems As a Java Developer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (£75k to £90k, dependant on depth of technical skills) plus significant bonus and benefits package. Send your CV or call 020 7090 2585 for a confidential discussion about this Java Developer opportunity. This job was originally posted as