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Java Sr. Developer, NYC, 120k

 
Anna Balaeva
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Our client is a leading Business and IT Consulting firm founded on initiative, education, recognition and respect. Their unique environment fosters growth and creativity, rewards openness and client focused delivery, and celebrates initiative and risk taking.

The Sr. Developer / Technical Lead provides technical leadership to the project team by taking responsibility for a specific component or track of the project architecture/SDLC. This includes planning, estimation, people management, issue resolution and quality assurance.

Primary Responsibilities:
-Involvement in Object Oriented Design/Architecture
-Drive mid-level planning exercises with engineers
-Anticipate issues and risks at the module level and escalate appropriately
-Facilitate workshops and client meetings
-Hands-on Java Development; analyze, design and develop code for all application tiers

Requirements:
-Bachelors degree required; degree in Computer Science or related field preferred
-5-10 years in systems integration and development, package implementation
-Proven leadership skills to independently manage a track of work (with 2-10 people), during multiple phases of the project lifecycle
-Strong Development Skills in Java; thorough understanding of SDLC
-Experience with Multi-threading; proficient in UML, OOAD
-Some knowledge of capital markets and equity products, markets and business flow and experience building high performance trading apps is preferred

Position is located in New York, NY, with required travel to Stamford, CT.

For more jobs please go to www.cmp.jobs or email me at anna@capitalmarketsp.com
 
Gregg Bolinger
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Position postings must include a city (location) in the subject, or the post will be deleted.
It is asked that you include the Posting Date in the Topic Title.
(U.S. companies may want to include H1B sponsorship information in the body as well.)
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, ( ) and good luck finding the best people for all your jobs, and thank you for taking notice of Gregg's reminder about locations.
 
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