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Java/Scala Developer
Ref No.: 18-00134
Location: New York, New York
Job Description:

The Legal, Compliance & Regulatory Technology organization provides IT support to Legal and Compliance division. The Wealth Management Surveillance team builds and executes complex surveillance models that focus on monitoring the sales practices of the Firm's financial advisor and overall suitability of client's holdings. The business group will design the rules and behaviors that drive the model. The technology team is responsible for building various surveillance frameworks and controls to limit the Firm's regulatory, litigation and reputational risk. We are looking for a Java and Scala developer to join the development team in NYC. The candidate will be working with global team in building Trade Surveillance solutions
  • Read and Understand requirements of Trade Surveillance
  • Design the Trade Surveillance Scenarios following design template
  • Write Java/Scala code and unit test cases
  • Build, deploy and maintain all models

Skills Required:
- 3+ years of appropriate technical experience
- 2+ years of Strong Database experience preferably with DB2, Sybase, or Oracle
- 2+ years of Strong proficiency with Core Java with strong understanding of J2EE
- 1+ years of Web UI experience using HTML5, JavaScript or
- Strong experience on Enterprise Risk Case Management systems
- Complete SDLC process and Agile Methodology (Scrum)
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and professional approach

Skill Desired:
- Working Experience on Hadoop, Spark and Hive
- High quality software architecture and design methodologies and patterns
- Work experience on work flow and Rule engine
- Hands on Data Mining and analytical work experience
- Layered Architecture, Component based Architecture
- Experience with Scala
- Design Patterns, preferably GoF set of patterns
- XML technologies including SAX, DOM, XSL, and SOAP - Excel spreadsheet generation and use
- Unix OS , Scripting, Python or Perl is a bonus
- Desired experience with Spring ,Web services (Tomcat/Apache, Servlets), Data access APIs such as JDBC, Hibernate, Eclipse IDE