Title: Controller IT – Jr. Developer
Location: Stamford, CT
Type: Direct hire/permanent
Salary: Negotiable (client wants to know current compensation and desired compensation). Great benefits package offered.
We are a private investment management firm founded in August of 1992. From its state-of-the-art facility in Connecticut and its affiliated offices in New York City, London and Hong Kong, the firm manages a number of private investment funds in long-short equity, quantitative equities and other strategies.
Our Technology department employs 150 professionals and delivers all technology solutions used within the firm. Technology seeks individuals that are highly proficient in their respective technology platform, articulate, solution driven, client focused and proactive in building their technology skills.
This developer role will work within the Controller IT development department. This department is responsible for many aspects of the software delivery process including design, development, and project management. You will develop solutions to provide customized software solutions to front, middle, and back office groups.
Developer is expected to take close direction from their team lead as he/she works either independently or within a group.
Developer should be self motivated and have a deep passion for technology with concentrated focus on the Object Oriented programming model.
Requirements & Expectations:
Strong Problem Solving Skills -
Emphasis on the logical analysis of a problem and the formulation of a computer program leading to its solution. Focus of work in system design and data abstraction is expected.
Experience Working In Teams -
Worked as part of a team on one or more large projects. Good time management, communication skills, and presentation experience to faculty, upperclassman, and/or employers is expected. Field experience working on a computer science project in a real-world setting under the joint direction of a supervisor from industry and a faculty advisor.
Completion of the following course work -
o Experience should include the use of data types and variables, programming control constructs supported by modern languages, input/output, basic concepts of OO programming (such as classes, objects, encapsulation, information hiding, and code reuse).
o Basic concepts of modern database management systems. Topics covered should include: data models, query languages, integrity constraints, indexing, query optimization, and transaction management.
o Understanding of some of the fundamental challenges in the design, implementation and deployment of large-scale distributed systems.
The following technologies will be utilized - C#/.Net, SQL, Excel/VBA, Web services.