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Junior Java developer

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Open Systems Technologies
We are currently seeking a Java developer responsible for development and support an interactive risk analysis tool that provides traders, portfolio managers and risk managers access to a full suite of analytic models and data necessary for making investment decisions and it's supporting infrastructure. This team member will develop high quality technology solutions; create strong partnerships with end-users and other team members; implement project deliverables that meet businesses requirements, audit/control requirements and are aligned with business and technology strategies.
? All phases of software development for the product and supporting server infrastructure.
? Working with senior team members and internal clients to specify and design new product functionality.
? Interfacing with other groups in the firm to solve client problems.
? Continuous communication of technology decisions, issues and plans to senior team members and clients
? Providing ongoing development maintenance of existing application functionality, working closely with the client support teams to address issues that are escalated for resolution.
? 2-5 years of industry experience.
? Strong programming skills in Java
? Knowledge of SQL
? Experience with Unix (Solaris and Linux) and Windows
? Strong object oriented programming design skills, knowledge design patterns/frameworks, etc.
? Degree in computer science, engineering, or a similar technical field
? Excellent analytical and problem solving skills coupled with a strong attention to detail
? Good communication skills and the ability to work effectively and adapt quickly in a rapidly changing, team-based environment
? Experience with the Java Swing a very strong plus
? Experience in the financial services industry a strong plus.
? Experience with JavaScript a strong plus

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