Actuate/Java developer--top nyc fixed income trading desk

Discussion in 'Java' started by Patrick Burke, May 19, 2004.

  1. Patrick Burke with Navistaff. I wanted to let you know about an
    Actuate Reports development position that I am currently working on
    within a fixed income group at a top NYC ibank. Would you or anyone
    you know be interested?

    IT needs an Actuate Report developer to work on the new Fixed Income
    Prime Brokerage system. The position is for a developer with
    experience developing sophisticated Actuate Reports off of a
    relational database. The developer should have substantial knowledge
    of relational database programming. Any knowledge of the Financial
    industry preferably Fixed Income is highly desireable.

    Report Design and development, Coding, Testing, Documentation,
    Implementation and Support of Software and systems to support the
    Fixed Income Prime Brokerage business within HFS. This role involves
    speaking with a variety of people especially account managers in the
    HFS Business in order to ascertain requirements and ensure that the
    product being delivered is that required.

    The ability to learn the fundamentals of Fixed Income Prime Brokerage
    business (Data and Reporting flows) at both macro and micro level. Be
    able to effectively communicate with the others in the group.
    Understand the pace of the Hedge Funds and Prime Brokerage business
    and can work under tight delivery schedule.

    Knowledge of the Financial Industry * a plus
    Relational Database development - a must
    Database Design * a plus
    ClearCase / Any type of source control - nice to have
    Knowledge of Fixed Income products * a plus
    Clear Verbal Communication Skills * a must
    Strong Writing Communication Skills
    Crystal Reports development -- a plus
    Actuate Reporting development * a must
     
    Patrick Burke, May 19, 2004
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