Thursday, January 7, 2010

Sr. C# (FX Guru) Top Bank, NYC - 200k+ for Best Candidates. Green card/US Citizen.

Sr. C# (FX Guru) Top Bank, NYC - 200k+ for Best Candidates. Green card/US Citizen. Read fully below, thanks! 8-10 yrs. EXP.

Candidate invites of all types welcome. Send to email listed and there may be positions for you in the near future, broaden and expand your contacts!
If qualified, email resume to neil or fax to 206-888-6897. Candidates meeting the description below will be contacted PROMPTLY.

Please include your salary requirements, location preferences, and for my notes where you have been interviewing or been submitted to in the past 6 months (as there are multiple opportunities if you are a solid techie). Green card or US Citizen ONLY for these roles.

Also if you have somebody appropriate to refer, finder's fees are possible.

The Bank's FX division is undergoing major expansion. FX development team is looking for a seasoned C#/Winforms GUI developer to fill growing technology need of the front office sales and trading desk(s).

FX application development team is a global team with centers in New York, London, Hong Kong. The candidate will be focused on the development, enhancement and support of the FX sales and trading applications, with responsibility for full life cycle development including requirement gathering from the business, design, implementation, testing and deployment of enhancements and new applications.

he position requires excellent architecture and design skills, hands-on C# knowledge. The candidate must be a highly motivated, enthusiastic team player with passion for building rich user interface applications and an extensive use of multi-tiered technology. The candidate must be able to function with light supervision and be able to carry out the tasks necessary to deliver quality solutions to the business. Excellent communication skills..

You will interact with internal clients such as FX traders, salespeople, technology and operations groups as well as colleagues in New York and Hong Kong.

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