Trading Application Support Analyst (UNIX, Linux, SQL)

Harrington Starr
London (Greater)
£45000 - £60000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits + Training
11 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Trading Application Support Analyst (UNIX, Linux, SQL)

A leading European Bank is looking for a Trading Application Support Analyst (UNIX, Linux, SQL) with strong knowledge of UNIX, Linux, SQL, and trading systems such as Fidessa, ORC and SSEOMS. You will be working as part of a team that is responsible for providing technical design and development resources to meet business trading applications and connectivity requirements.

Working within the Investment Banking arm of a leading European Bank, you will get excellent exposure to all areas of the front office and be working alongside traders to help facilitate the smooth running of daily business. You will have functional responsibilities such as proactively identifying back end problems with continuous monitoring to ensure full availability. You will also look after front end and back end resolution as well as support and configuration of the Trading Systems.

In this fantastic role you will gain exposure to projects and be forced to think analytically and utilise your problem solving skills and acting as a business analyst in some cases. You will be working on a busy and vibrant trading floor with a fantastic culture and a great team.

Trading Application Support Analyst (UNIX, Linux, SQL) you will need to have the following:
  • Sound knowledge of UNIX, Linux and Shell scripting
  • Strong database and SQL skills (Informix knowledge would be ideal)
  • Financial knowledge of Equities/ Derivatives
  • Strong analytical skills and excellent communication skills
  • Knowledge of trading systems, ideally Fidessa, SSEOMS, Ullink or Orc

This is a fantastic opportunity to work within a leading Investment Bank with a wealth of career opportunities moving forward. Interviews can be immediately arranged.

Trading Application Support Analyst (UNIX, Linux, SQL)
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