Software Developer - Quartz Core

  • Competitive
  • New York, NY, États-Unis
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Bank of America Corporation
  • 15 nov. 18

Software Developer - Quartz Core

Job Description:

As a developer in the Quartz Core Solutions team, you will:

  • Be part of a team where all members code, and engineering talent is highly valued
  • Develop the financial foundational components of Quartz including trade, reference and market data
  • Gain a deep understanding of the financial object model and how to effectively apply it to solve business problems
  • Gain a deep understanding of the non-financial layers of the Quartz Stack (distributed compute, object database, development tools) to rapidly build high-performance and robust solutions
  • Use a highly efficient and tightly integrated development environment
  • Follow an agile development methodology with frequent production releases and good unit test coverage
  • Collaborate with line of business developers to help them to leverage the platform to the greatest effect while ensuring that implementations are sufficiently generalized to support the cross-product enterprise consumers of Quartz data
  • Measure, improve and maintain data quality
  • Research and analyze the root cause of issues and solve them in a permanent manner
We are looking for brilliant software engineers who:
  • Write beautiful, clear, concise, well-structured and maintainable code
  • Have substantial and recent programming experience in object-oriented or functional programming languages and wish to spend most of their time developing
  • Exceptional knowledge of computer science data structures
  • Work collaboratively and strive to deliver the best rather than the easiest solutions
  • An overwhelming urge to solve complex problems without being directed to do so
  • Able to seek out the information they need to solve problems
  • The desire to work in a test driven software development environment that relies on iterative feedback
  • An interest in financial services (financial markets, data modeling, and risk computation)


Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40