EMEA Equities Technology Electronic Trading - Post Trade
The EMEA Equities Electronic Trading Post-Trade team develops the systems used for processing all GS EMEA Cash Equity orders and executions from Front Office systems - enriching them and passing to systems throughout GS. We work with colleagues in the Front Office as well as the operational areas covering booking, compliance, and regulatory reporting to offer the best level of service to our clients. We jointly develop software with teams globally. We need to cope with high volumes without issues, so we have a significant focus on scalability, resilience, and test automation.
Working as part of team you will make improvements and add new features for our clients and users of our systems within GS. You will improve and write new systems that must handle millions of events daily, coping seamlessly with volume spikes and outages.
You will be involved in all parts of the project life-cycle that includes design, implementation and testing. You'll make a real difference for GS and our clients with a mixture of quick/small changes as well as big new features and significant shifts in architecture.
How will you fulfil your potential?
Agree requirements with colleagues in Trading, Technology, Operations and Compliance
Discuss and agree the design and test approach - a wide range of open source technologies are available
Implement the solution and test with users
Liaise with devoted support team and help maintain the systems
Java 8 is the primary development language, but work will not be limited to that
Technologies to be used?
These are the main ones. Distributed system, Java stack 8/11, Spring, Kafka, SQL, NoSQL Databases, ElaticSearch, MongoDB.
Strong technical and analytical skills
Solid object oriented design and programming skills
Strong Java development skills
Excellent team-working skills
Preferred qualifications - not essential
Distributed systems e.g. Kafka, ZooKeeper & HDFS
Databases - both SQL and no-SQL e.g. Sybase, DB2, ElasticSearch & MongoDB.
Test automation - unit, functional & non-functional