Senior Java Developer - Capital Markets Transformation, Toronto, Botsford Associates

Published 2022-07-14
Expires 2022-08-14
ID #1086813619
Senior Java Developer - Capital Markets Transformation, Toronto, Botsford Associates
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published July 14, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior java developer - capital markets transformation

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Our Capital Markets Banking client is currently seeking a Senior Java Developer with expertise developing on vendor applications and internal data repositories in support of a number of their major front-office, risk and data transformation programs. The client is undergoing a major project to modernize their Risk Data Warehouse which will have ties into regulatory programs such as FRTB, as well as help to support the RiskWatch vendor application and on-going BAU support/enhancements. The individual who joins the team will work closely with the Dev Lead and a number of other Senior Developers.

Required Skills:

Expertise developing using JAVA 8 (or above)
Experience working with Spring/Springboot, distributed computing(Spark/Hadoop) & HDFS, SQL/MS-SQL
Familiar with maven, github, Json, linux server
Good communication skills

Nice to Have:

Experience with CI/CD pipeline(Jenkins, Bamboo, UCD, Ansible Tower)
Risk Watch tools, IBM ALGO
Cloud knowledge/experience

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