Senior Database Developer – SQL Server, ASE, Java, Linux, Banking, London

London
Permanent
Ref: SDD
£0 to £0 Mkt Rate + Bonus + Benefits/day

Search Criteria: Database, SQL Server, SQL, Sybase, ASE, Linux, Core Java, Real-time, Optimisation, Agile, AWS, Azure, Garbage Collection, Scripting, Cloud
A well established and highly profitable Banking and Financial Services company is accelerating the growth of its business and as a result scaling up its Development Team. They are building and enhancing Linux based financial market-data applications through new development and integration of global applications which are based on Core Java and SQL Server and ASE database back-ends.

You will be responsible for assisting in the successful delivery of strategic initiatives through accurate and detail analysis of business requirements and the changes required to accommodate them.
Key areas of responsibility are development and ongoing support of systems, maintenance and operational documentation. You will be responsible for solutions including meeting development schedules and ensuring the delivered solution meets the technical specifications and design requirements and liaising with other teams to meet functional and non-functional requirements, and meet acceptance criteria.
You must have good Linux knowledge and scripting skills, good experience in SQL optimisation, experience in ASE, SQL Server or My SQL is preferred and a sound background in core java and server based development. Experience with optimisation of Java for high performance, low latency systems is required. This is a comparatively small, London-centric office, where you can make an obvious and appreciated difference by making the business better through the smart use of IT. It’s a transparent meritocracy where if you do a good job, it will be noticed and rewarded.


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