MKP Capital

Associate, Web Developer

US-NY-New York
# of Openings
1
Category
Technology

Overview

NY/London based diversified alternative asset manager with approximately $6B AUM is seeking a full time web developer to join a team of developers focused on providing world class software and automation solutions to multiple business units across the firm.  The successful candidate will have a minimum of four (4) years’ experience and a proven track record of creating high-quality products within the financial sector.

Responsibilities

  • Create real time web applications for the multiple business units across the firm including operations, strategy/research, risk and investment teams. Solutions must be consistent with Company’s software development standards.
  • Strong contributions to the Rapid Application Development process including: design, development and deployment. High levels of quality in design and code will be expected for extensibility and maintainability, as well as for performance and scalability.
  • Provide post implementation support to include monitoring application performance and debugging existing code.
  • Ensure that expected application performance levels are achieved by producing testable code.
  • Continuously expand industry and technical knowledge.

Qualifications

-Bachelor’s or higher level degree in Computer Science 
-Must have track record with building real-time web applications
-Must have full stack web development experience with technologies, such as: 

  • HTML5/CSS/Javascript
  • Node.js
  • Angular
  • Websockets
  • Ngrx/redux
  • Python 

-Detail oriented with strong analytical skills.
-Proactive communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
-Ability to manage multiple time sensitive assignments, meet deadlines and achieve assigned targets.
-Highly motivated with a strong work ethic, professional disposition and passion for being part of a highly collaborative team and culture.

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