Bank of America Lead Java Developer in New York, New York
PLAPP is a Risk & PL tool (trader end of day marks, PL Explain for front and middle office) that is used by all of Equities trading and Finance. The application is written in Java (backend) and C# (front end) and interfaces with our risk analytics engine for valuation. We are looking for a Senior Java developer to join this team to help support our business demand as well as move the application forward from an architecture point of view.
Business / Product Knowledge: financial derivatives and risk management / PL Explain
Technical Background: Strong Java background, C# a plus,
Agile Experience and Mindset -strong testing and design skills
Strong communication skills
Posting Date : 06/29/2017
Location : US-NY-New York
Travel : No
Full / Part-time : Full time
Hours Per Week : 40
Shift : 1st shift
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