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DXC Technology: Core Java + Spark Developer In Trade Surveillance

DXC Technology

This is a Full-time position in Montreal, QC posted March 27, 2021.

Job DescriptionThe Trade Surveillance team builds and executes complex surveillance models that focus on monitoring the trading practices of the Firm’s front office functions.

A senior developer in this space partners with business analysts and other developers to drive forward the business agenda through solid design and execution.Responsibilities: Read and understand requirements for market abuse models Write Java/Scala + Spark code that accurately reflects the requirements and design documents.

Write unit tests that exercise all major logic components of the code.

Deploy, maintain and performance tune all models.The candidate should have 4 or more years of experience coding.

He/she should be capable of understanding and solving complex problems, have solid communication skills.

Financial services experience preferred.Skills Required: 4+ years of appropriate technical experience Strong proficiency with Scala on Spark.

Strong proficiency with Core Java Database experience preferably with DB2, Sybase, or Oracle Complete SDLC process and Agile Methodology (Scrum) Strong oral and written communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills and professional approachSkill Desired: Previous experience in Trade Surveillance or working with data from the order lifecycle Good to have knowledge on Hadoop Technologies High quality software architecture and design methodologies and patterns Work experience as level-3 support for applications Layered Architecture, Component based Architecture XML-based technologies Unix OS, Scripting, Python or Perl Experience in development on other application types (Web applications, batch, or streaming)Must be legally authorized to work in Canada not requiring sponsorship now or in the future.