As either a Developer or a Quantitative Developer you will be working closely with our business. You could be working with Fixed Income IT Development, or with our trading floors in London, Paris, New York, Singapore or Hong Kong, or in Capital Markets Technology Development, which supports all areas outside of Fixed Income in London or Paris.
Working as a developer, your role will involve collecting user requirements, specifying work that needs to be completed, and developing the required code in line with the team's standards and tools. You'll need to document the functionality that you have implemented, as well as carrying out acceptance testing with users.
You'll have a strong academic record in any quantitative discipline, including maths, computer science or engineering. An additional Master's degree would be advantageous. Ideally, you'll have previous C++, C# or Java programming experience and a knowledge of financial products. Knowledge or experience of an IT environment or financial institution would also be an advantage.
As a quantitative developer, your role involves contributing to the development and support of our Risk and Profit & Loss (P&L) systems. In particular, you'll provide support for business users, as well as helping to develop and support our pricing and risk systems.
You should be educated to Master's or PhD level (or equivalent), ideally in science, engineering or mathematics. Programming skills in MS Visual C++ or C# would be advantageous, as would a knowledge or interest in Financial Derivatives.