Goldman Sachs Engineers are innovators and problem-solvers, building solutions in risk management, big data, mobile and more. We look for creative collaborators who evolve, adapt to change and thrive in a fast-paced global environment.
How You Will Fulfill Your Potential
- Design, build and maintain high-performance, high-availability, high-capacity platforms for front to back clearing and trade processing functions
- Understand market and client behaviour, regulations, front to back business and Operations functions
- Work closely with Trading, Sales, Operations, Engineering teams to define behaviour, functionality and expected outcomes for the products under development
- Work closely and collaboratively with colleagues across regions
Skills And Experience We Are Looking For
- Approx. 2-5 years of Core Java development experience (solid understanding of Core Java concepts and Design Patterns). Similar expertise with equivalent object oriented languages also considered (e.g. C++/C#). Desire to build strong and efficient SDLC practices.
- Approx. 2-5 years RDBMS experience (Sybase or UDB preferred - able to write and analyze complex queries with multi-table joins and aggregate functions)
- Approx. 2-5 years OO design/development
- Systematic problem-solving approach, coupled with a hands-on experience of debugging and optimizing code, as well as automation
- Strong interpersonal skills and drive. Excellent communication skills required, able to contribute to discussions on design and strategy.
- Unix environment working experience
- Scripting (Perl/Python/Shell)
- Test Driven development
- Tomcat experience a plus
- Big data technology stack
- Financial market knowledge
- RESTful web services
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