Job title: Java Developer
Duration: 6 months
Story Behind the Need
• Business group: The GWRT Money Markets division is responsible for funding the bank through their daily Wall Street Funding trades. They capitalize on market expertise to ensure ongoing funding is available for new and upcoming projects.
• Project: This developer will be dedicated to funneling information to the accounting system THOR. This new project will be a hybrid developer / database programmer position dedicated to upgrade system.
• Reason for request: Workload
Candidate Value Proposition
• The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join a cohesive team that works well together and enjoys adding value to the many various departments within the bank. Exposure to various technologies and high level projects, the identified candidate will quickly add value to the GWRT group.
Typical Day in Role
• Leverage industry best practices to design, test, implement and support a solution • Assure quality, security and compliance requirements are met for supported area • Be flexible and thrive in an evolving environment • Adapt to change quickly and adjust work accordingly in a positive manner
Candidate Requirements/Must Have Skills:
1) 5 + years core Java development (min 1-year Java 8)
2) 5 + years development PL/SQL – 50 / 50 database vs. Java Code (recent database programming)
3) Comfortable in Unix environment, Shell Scripting OR Korn OR Bash – developing queries with Shell
4) Strong communication skills – ability to work with a diverse population at all levels of the bank
– Capital Markets experience is a major plus – GL, FX systems projects especially
– Experience with Agile is a plus
Degrees or certifications:
• Bachelor's degree in a technical field such as computer science, computer engineering or related field required
Candidate Review & Selection
• 2 Step Process: 1 behavioural with hiring manager, 1 technical with technical manager • Hiring Manager’s availability to interview: Interview to take place week of June 17th
• 50 / 50 database programming vs. Java development