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Morgan Stanley is looking for an experienced .NET developer to work on the build out of the Structured Products Platform. Engaging with Sales, Trading, Financial Engineering and Quantitative Strategists in New York, the developer will be expected to have a strong understanding of the Structured Products Business and interact with users on a day to day basis as well as have a sound technical background. Capturing requirements, carrying out analysis on new tasks and owning the delivery of the change all the way to production will be part of their responsibilities.
With a strong focus on process automation across the business line globally, candidates will be working on automating existing workflows and pricing tools. The ability to be able to make important strategic design decisions based on both their technical and business knowledge will be key and required in order to be successful in the role. With a lean team in New York, they will also need to look at the system as a whole and be able to debug and understand problems whether they are server or client side. There is little or no separation between QA/BAs/Developers, so the role will be hands on, owning changes all the way from inception to deployment in production.
- Experiences in core .NET programming
- Knowledge of UNIX/Linux environment
- Track record working with Structured Products systems and business lines
- Track record working directly with Sales, Trading, Financial Engineering, etc.
- Track record of complete lifecycle management including design, coding and deployment
- Track record working with and managing multiple dependencies across systems
- Basic knowledge of Java server side processes
- Basic scripting knowledge, e.g. Python, Perl.
- KDB Knowledge would also be an advantage
- Experience in testing automation
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