Python Developer (Closed)
SkillStorm is seeking a Python Developer for our client in Chicago, IL. Candidates must be able to work on SkillStorm's W2; not a C2C position. EOE, including disability/vets.
- Responsible for developing, enhancing, modifying and/or maintaining applications in the Global Markets environment. Software developers design, code, test, debug and document programs as well as support activities for the corporate systems architecture. Employees work closely with business partners in defining requirements for system applications. Employees are expected to have in-depth capital markets product-knowledge and manage risk. Employees typically have in-depth knowledge of development tools and languages. Typically requires at least 5 years of applicable experience.
- You will work with a cutting-edge technology stack that includes:
- A modern Python stack for agile development
- Globally distributed object databases
- Scalable compute fabric
- Shared repository of reusable business code
- Automated SDLC for testing and deployment
- Analytic libraries
- Standardized enterprise reference data
- You will deliver:
- Solutions to enterprise initiatives that cut across trading desks
- Contribute and own business APIs that provide standardized solutions across trading desks
- Cross asset solutions for deal capture, pricing, position keeping, and risk requirements
- Substantial programming experience
- An interest in capital markets
- The desire to work in a test-driven software development environment that relies on iterative feedback
- Exceptional knowledge of computer science data structures
- BS Degree in Computer Science or Related
- 5+ years of development experience
- Though having a background in computer science, electrical engineering, math or physics are desirable, these are not strict requirements. We are interested in smart and proactive people who can deliver business solutions. If examples of your work are publicly viewable over the internet (GitHub, etc), feel free to point us at work that is representative of your coding proficiency. This is of course optional, as we recognize that many great developers work primarily on closed source projects.