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Full Stack Engineer Java React

Client Server
Closing date
3 Jun 2022

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Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Full Time
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Full Stack Engineer London to £110k

Full Stack Engineer (Java React JavaScript Node.js Python). Hugely successful asset management firm is seeking a talented Full Stack Engineer to join their team. This is a high responsibility and impactful role as you'll be working closely with PMs and investors on the trading desks on strategic, business facing projects.

As a Full Stack Engineer you'll be working within the portfolio construction area of the business that create trades and financial advice. You'll work on a variety of business facing projects such as; improving performance and functionality of management systems, improving derivative offerings and unifying systems across the team. You'll use a broad tech stack including Java, JavaScript, React, Python and Node.js and will work in close collaboration with BAs and Traders, as well as occasionally assisting with 3rd line support.

The company is based in London however, you'll be able to work from home 2 days a week.

  • A software developer with a backend focus (Java ideally but will consider any OO programming language), full stack focus on front end focus (JavaScript and React) however you must be happy to use Java, JavaScript and React moving forward
  • An interest in finance or ideally you have worked within finance or a front office environment (fixed income or derivatives)
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
    As a Full Stack Engineer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £110k) plus a generous bonus and benefits scheme including 15% employer pension contribution.

    Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Full Stack Engineer (Java JavaScript) role.
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