London, England, £85000 - £100000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: Support Team
Technical Support Engineer / Analyst (Python TCP/IP Linux) *Remote Interview WFH*. Are you a Technical Support Engineer with trading systems experience seeking a challenging role where you can make an impact and reap the rewards?
You could be joining a global proprietary algorithmic trading firm. Your primary responsibility as a Technical Support Engineer will be to monitor and support trading system applications and exchanges including issue resolution, tracking and status; you will be required to solve complex problems that require both technical and business understanding working closely with traders, back-office, exchanges and developers to investigate and solve system issues and participate in business analysis.
As a Technical Support Engineer you will be working in a flat structure with other software professionals as well as front office trading staff; you'll have the freedom to come up with new ideas and improvements as well as introducing technical innovation.
Driven by technology this company can offer a remote interview / onboarding process and work from home during the current social distancing measures.
*Experience in a similar Support Analyst position, with a good knowledge of trading process, back-office systems, front-end clearing systems, order entry and policies and procedures for various exchanges
*Must have Python and shell scripting skills, familiarity with C++ a bonus
*Strong knowledge of TCP/IP networking in a Linux / UNIX environment
*Good knowledge of FIX protocol
*Familiarity with DevOps , CI/CD tools such as Jenkins, Ansible and git
*Experience of supporting proprietary developed applications
*Degree educated - Computer Science, Management Information Systems or equivalent
As a Technical Support Engineer you can expect to earn a highly competitive salary (to £100k), bonus and benefits package.
Apply now or call to find out more about this Technical Support Engineer / Analyst (Python TCP/IP Linux) opportunity.