Operations Technology - Reg Reporting Developer - Jersey City

The Operations Division is the engine room that powers Goldman Sachs, and Operations Technology is driving their industrialization through automation, digitization and orchestration

  • Focus on regulatory trade processing and system flows
  • Require developer open to developing with Slang and SecDB

We are looking for candidates to:

  • Work in a fast paced front office environment working alongside highly motivated engineers developing electronic trading systems
  • Design, develop, test and document highly reliable new applications, tools and workflows to support new revenue opportunities, trader efficiency and associated infrastructure, in a structured, disciplined environment.
  • Have opportunity to work with several different technology platforms deployed within the Derivatives business including proprietary scripting language (Slang and SecDB), Java, Scala, HTML5 and database platforms
  • Form strong client relationships with trading, operations and other key users

Basic Qualifications- Strong technical skills, e.g. core Java experience, use of interpreted languages e.g. Python or Javascript/HTML5

  • developing on Linux/Unix based systems
  • Solid object oriented design and programming skills
  • SQL and Database skills, e.g. Sybase.
  • Slang / SecDB or similar experience

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