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Full Stack Developer

FlexTrade

London | Posted: 3 months ago

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Full Stack Developer

Job description We are looking for an amazing full stack developer to join our Trade Analytics team. As part of our flagship Flextrader system, the team develop products that give traders insight into how they should trade in the future by analysing past performance. The solutions are fully cross-asset, covering Equities, FX and Fixed Income.

Requirements

We use a number of different technologies, aiming to use the correct tool for the job. These are some of the technologies we use currently, although we don’t expect candidates to know them all:

  • HTML5, Javascript ES6, React, Redux.
  • Java, Scala, Kotlin, Akka, Play.
  • ScalaTest, Selenium, SBT, Mockito, Mocha.
  • Postgres, MongoDB.

We deliver our software using agile methodologies and follow modern practices such as TDD, code reviews and refactoring. We’re looking for someone with a passion for development who can complement what we do and bring interesting ideas and approaches. A background in finance is not required.

We’re a friendly and relaxed bunch of people. We’re also really passionate about development:

  • Monthly internal meetups (with pizza!) on topics like Kubernetes, microservices, UX design, etc.
  • We contribute to open source projects (e.g. https://github.com/FlexTradeUKLtd and http://www.quickfixj.org).
  • Each development team defines its own process and they are constantly evolving and improving.
  • A break out room with a ping pong table, game consoles and board games.
  • Team socials.

We really like to look after our people, so our benefits include:

  • Free lunches on Fridays.
  • Pension.
  • Private Medical & Dental Insurance.
  • Income Protection Insurance.
  • Season Travel Ticket Loan.
  • Social Activities.
  • Free Breakfast.
  • Life Cover.
  • Gym Subsidy.
  • Cycle to Work Scheme.
  • 25 days annual leave.
  • Employee Assistance Programme.

Agency calls are not appreciated.

This job was sourced from GitHub Jobs.