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Chicago, Illinois - 90-125K + Bonus Full Time Posted by: Request Technology - Craig Johnson Posted: Wednesday, 23 September 2020
 
 
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Prestigious Global Trading Firm is currently seeking a Back Office Software Developer with Python and WebUI experience. Candidate will design, develop, implement and support web based applications as well as Back Office services to support trading activity.

Responsibilities:

  • Create web interfaces, using standard HTML/CSS practices, incorporating
  • data from various Back End databases and distributed services.
  • Create well-designed, tested code using best practices for website
  • development, including mobile.
  • Interact with stakeholders to work quickly and effectively to complete
  • small edits requested by users, develop plans for larger projects and
  • suggest new solutions to improve existing websites.
  • Develop and maintain Back Office services including: batch processing,
  • clearing, allocations; interacting with various 3rd party services.

Qualifications:

  • PHP, HTML, CSS, Javascript.
  • Experience with web UI libraries - eg. Bootstrap, etc.
  • Experience with charting libraries - eg. D3, etc.
  • Working knowledge of web Servers Eg. Apache.
  • Working knowledge - Dockers + Containers.
  • Strong Python programming skills.
  • Comfortable with UNIX environment/basic Unix commands.
  • Basic database knowledge (Sybase, MySQL, InfluxDB).
  • Other
  • Previous experience in Financial Industry and/or trading.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure within a dynamic trading environment.
  • Attention to detail for problem solving and code robustness.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team.

Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
IT
90-125K + Bonus
Craig Johnson 
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9/23/2020 2:16:09 PM

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