SMBC Group

  • C Programmer / Core Brokerage Trading System

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Posting Date 4 months ago(10/5/2018 1:43 PM)
    Career Category
    Information Technology
    Position ID
    2018-0448
    Corporate Title
    Associate
    Type
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    SMBC Capital Markets, Inc. (a subsidiary of SMBC) is seeking a candidate to work in the Capital Markets Team as a C Programer . The candidate will be responsible for developing technical software solutions for Capital Markets business. as well as support development for various projects to support Financial Operations related to Fixed Income and Currency Derivatives. Position is for backoffice ,regulatory applications and swift applications.

     

     

    Responsibilities

    - Responsible for programming to support, maintain, develop and implement new applications for Capital Markets operations.
    - Design and develop database design.

    - SQL Design 
    - Work closely with business users and other software developers and analysts.

    - Must be "proficient"  C.
    - Interest in other computer languages and tools.
    - Experience and understanding in fixed income derivatives or nay financial application
    - Knowledge of MS Excel

    - Knowledge of Visual Studios

    - Knowledge of Swift is a plus 
     

     

     

     

    Qualifications

    - Ability to work independently, to understand complex financial concepts, and to analyze complex systems.
    - Strong problem solving and design skills.
    - In-depth knowledge of computer science and software engineering.
    - Have a demonstrated proficiency in solving complex problems with code (5+ years coding experience).
    - Have superior communication and user-facing skills, including the ability to explain complex concepts to nontechnical audiences.

    - Undergraduate or Graduate degree in computer science

     

     

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