Contribute to the overall design and development of the real-time solutions for FX Pricing, Trading or Risk Management.
Work closely with business sponsors to understand their requirements and architect, design and execute technical solutions.
Work with other team members to ensure that tactical and strategic solutions dovetail.
Provide guidance and mentoring for new team members as necessary.
Identify business, technology and people risks associated with a solution
Assist with 2nd line support as necessary.
Significant experience designing, implementing and delivering complex globally distributed high availability real-time trading systems.
Experience effectively applying technology best practices and processes to a high-paced Capital Markets organization
Strong understanding of ECN’s (Reuters, EBS, Lava, Hotspot, …)
QA Automated testing and process
Experience with ‘Agile’ style development methods
Significant industrial experience dedicated to FX front office technology (pricing, risk, liquidity aggregation, high frequency trading, ecommerce, etc)
Knowledge of Complex Event Processing tools (Apama, StreamBase, etc)
Experience working with quantitative analysts and developers, traders and risk management
Substantial team lead experience
Ability to meet client needs without sacrificing deadlines and quality
Ability to break problems into well-defined and manageable tasks
Ability to work effectively within global team
Good written and communication skills
Ability to liaise with traders, middle office, and IT
Highly motivated and takes initiative
Ability to cope with changing priorities
Takes accountability for own work
Aligns immediate needs with long-term strategies
Abides by the RBCCM Code of Conduct
Significant experience developing, maintaining, and deploying high-performance, low-latency applications.
Design abilities, which will involve building designing and deploying managed and unmanaged solutions.
Multithreaded skills & use of current Java frameworks
Knowledge of messaging systems such as Informatica Ultra-Messaging, Tibco/RV, and IBM MQSeries and how to integrate them