Programming Professional, Global Banking and Markets Technology
Bank of America
: $125,045.00 - $170,900.00 /year *
: Financial Services - Banking/Investment/Finance
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Job Description:Programming ProfessionalQuartz Engineering Team for Global Banking & Markets TechnologyOverview:* Incumbent will work with a cutting-edge technology stack that includes:* Python based environment for agile development* Globally distributed object-oriented petabyte-class databases* Linux compute farms on-tap* A core framework of reusable business objects* A multi-million line code base* Automated tools for testing, integration and global application deploymentKey Responsibilities:* Design, develop, and maintain high-performance systems* Build core technology components* Enhance functionality to be used and shared by a large community of developers* Research and analyze data processing functions, methods and procedures* Monitor program execution for expected performanceMinimum Requirements:* 1-2 years minimum of programming experience* Experience with coding in Python for agile development* The desire to work in a test driven software development environment that relies on iterative feedback* Prior experience working in the financial services (capital markets, market indices and various securities)* Demonstrable work history of proactively solving complex problems without being told to do so* Exceptional knowledge of computer science data structures* BS Degree in Computer Science preferred* Ultimately we are interested in smart and proactive people who can write code.Posting Date: 10/02/2019Location: New York, NY, 250 VESEY ST (NY3004), - United StatesTravel: NoFull / Part-time: Full timeHours Per Week: 40Shift: 1st shift Associated topics: .net, algorithm, application, back end, matlab, perl, programming, sde, sdet, software development engineer
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