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Trading UI Engineer - Volatility

Millennium Management
Trading UI Engineer - Volatility
Miami, FL
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Job Description

Trading UI Engineer - Volatility

We’re seeking a proficient Java developer to enhance our existing multi-asset trading UI platform with state-of-the-art volatility trading capabilities. The role involves integrating systematic access to markets, Vol Execution, and trading analytics tools into a unified, streamlined interface. The developer will also work on pivotal strategic enhancements including broker algorithm integration and complex options support. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record in developing and maintaining Java-based front-end applications in the finance sector. Exceptional team collaboration skills and the ability to work effectively with colleagues across various global time zones are crucial. Here is a unique opportunity to drive substantial impact within a top-tier investment management firm.

** Technical Requirements:**

  • BA/BS degree in Computer Science or equivalent

  • 10+ years of development experience in Java

  • 5+ years of building Java UI front ends with Java Swing

  • Strong understanding of Data Structures, Algorithms, and Object Oriented design

  • Deep understanding of Multithreading and Distributed Systems

  • In-depth experience in OMS and trading

  • Extensive experience with high performance, low latency, and scalable/distributed system design and development

  • Excellent knowledge of unit-testing frameworks and continuous test driven development practices

** Highly Valued:**

  • Familiarity with the Futures and Options trading

  • Experience with messaging middleware, Solace preferred

  • Experience with relational and NoSQL databases. MongoDb preferred

  • Experience working with financial data, including reference data, market data, order/execution and positions data.

  • Experience working with Cloud: AWS (preferred), GCP or Azure

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