|部署・役職名||Sr. Developer, Data Management Technology － Core Java Developer, Associate|
Job Description Job / Group Overview:
The Data Management Technology （DMT） team is responsible for supporting the Data Management Office by providing technology services underpinning the firm’s capabilities across the data management framework including data discovery, findability, governance, cleanup and access. Based in Tokyo, this position will be part of a globally distributed team and be responsible for the development, integration and Level 3 support of in－house built and third party data management applications.
● As a Senior Developer, work with the global development team to implement change on the current and future state DMT platform.
● ‘Hands on’coding and develop solutions to meet the goals of the Data Management Office.
● Partner with the Data Management Office members to understand and meet their application needs.
● Work closely with other teams across IT to implement the strategic DMT platform.
Requirements Minimum Qualifications:
● Bachelor’s degree in Computing, Math or Engineering discipline
● A team player with strong Japanese and English communication skills, verbal and written
● Proven track record delivering technical solutions in a complex global environment
● Experience working with offshore teams
● 3＋ years of experience working in a financial services organization
● 3＋ years of Core Java （v.6 or later） ＆ Java Spring Boot or Nodejs including multi－threading
● 3＋ HTML5, CSS3 and responsive web design
● 2 years’ experience in developing applications using REACTJS and REDUX or 2 years’ experience in Angular 2 willing to cross train to REACT
● Fluent in writing complex SQL （on SQL Server, Oracle or similar）
● Familiar with Less AND SASS
● Knowledge of OSGI
● Linux/Unix Shell Scripting
● JVM tuning
● SQL Tuning
● Experience with Restful APIs, GraphQL is a plus
● Experience with Docker, Node.js microservices, continuous integration tools like Jenkins is desirable
● Good understanding of the trade lifecycle, financial products and capital markets