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Jr to Mid Level C# Developer (Winforms or WPF)
Large Financial Company/NYC
Full Time, 80-120K base +bonus (depending on level of person hired)
Large Financial Firm in Midtown is looking for C# developer proficient in Winforms or WPF GUI development. Must have at least 1-2 years of professional development experience, but 3-5 years is ideal. Will consider candidates up to 7 years of professional experience.
The portfolio risk and margins team develop and support The Bank's global margin requirement calculation system. We are building a cross-asset class, portfolio-based margin calculation system that also does U.S. regulatory requirement calculations and generates portfolio risk measures that used by our risk managers to review and assess the margin requirements.
Calculations are triggered by regional overnight batches, and they also run in on-demand and near-real-time systems during the day. Calculators are implemented in Java, and GUIs are in C#. We use Perl and Python to load data, to build tools for developers, and to glue the system together. We also rely on industry-standard technologies such as Sybase, DB2, IBM MQ, and web services.
We are looking for a .Net C# developer with experience building WinForms applications. The position will be broad-based across the team, with particular focus on enabling the Risk Management teams of various businesses to define and implement different risk/margin calculations quickly. This is a good opportunity to work on some challenging technical problems while at the same time getting exposure to market risk methodologies.
Client side C# development, with emphasis on windows as opposed to web
Strong fundamental technology skills (OO design, threading, SDLC) SQL (Sybase preferred)
WPF and WCF
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