Byhiras provides governance services. It uses big data technology to deliver innovative solutions for investment selection and oversight and is developing proprietary technology to meet some of the critical challenges facing investors. Byhiras offers a range of services for investors and provides analytical and collaboration tools across the supply chain.
You will be joining a diverse team of developers, DevOps and quants with a lively, start-up culture. Development is agile, fast paced and test driven. Sprints are one week long and feedback instant. Bureaucracy is kept to a minimum to maximise time for development. We encourage the adoption of the latest technologies and you will participate fully in the evolving architecture.
We have a growing requirement for core Java developers at all levels who have excellent technical abilities and ambition. You will be working on a range of challenging projects using Java 8 and big data technologies.
What we look for
- Deep core Java knowledge: we build high throughput services, performance is critical
- TDD: we deploy every week so continuous integration is pivotal
- Communication: you must be able to explain concepts to non-developers as well as peers
- Big data: HDFS, MapReduce and Spark
- Environment: Git, Gerrit, Jenkins and Maven
- Infrastructure: Zookeeper, Redis, Avro and Puppet
We are building a team to transform the look and feel of our service. The current UI is built in AngularJS + Bootstrap with a Grunt build. The team's mandate is to evolve the user experience and to re-engineer the UI with the best and latest technologies.
What we look for
- TDD, we deploy every week, for example Jasmine and Selenium
- UX and visual design skills would be a plus
- Work with the product team to prototype and deliver a new look and feel for the UI
- Collaborate with server side developers to add new features
- Be responsible for visual consistency of the UI
- Take responsibility for the UI build environment
We require quantitative analysts with hands-on development skills to join our analytics team. You will work on our multi-asset class valuation library and portfolio risk and analytics library, both developed in C++, and collaborate with peers in other teams to drive the requirements for all analytical aspects of the platform.
What we look for
Successful candidates will have experience of some or all of the following:
- Programming in C++ (essential), especially C++11 or later
- Advanced mathematical analysis (essential), especially statistics, calculus, stochastic calculus, linear systems, optimisation
- QuantLib, Boost
- Asynchronous programming, concurrent programming, unit testing
- Working as part of a team, code review, distributed VCS
- Product valuation, in general and/or with some specialism
- Market risk, VaR, credit risk, counterparty risk, risk attribution
- Performance measurement and attribution
- Portfolio optimisation, low-frequency trading strategies, backtesting
- Data modelling, especially of financial instruments
- User interface design (for any medium, e.g. GUI, web, Excel, mobile)
- Accounting, especially fund accounting
- CFA, CIPM, CQF or more advanced study
We are looking for a product manager to take ownership of our web based application, both launching new features as well as enhancing existing functionality. To date product management has been a shared discipline but as we have expanded it has become a full time role.
What we look for
- Experience as a product owner for a web based application
- Subject matter expertise in one or more of the following finance domains: asset management, capital markets, portfolio analytics, market data
- Experience of agile environments
- Ability to perform competitor analysis to help steer strategic decisions
- Entrepreneurial approach and a passion for FinTech
- Work with management team to maintain a strategic product roadmap
- Capture high level requirements for new features
- Collaborate with the development team on planning and design of features
- Participate in sprint planning and daily SCRUM
- Understand automated testing and suggest new tests to ensure full coverage
We are a cross disciplinary team dedicated to delivering a robust multi-tenant cluster serving customers in production and devs in the office. We sit with the core app team, participating in the daily scrum and weekly releases. We are passionate about our automated continuous integration and provisioning which covers the full stack from OS install through to UI and regression testing then production deployment.
You will participate in developing new capabilities including continuous deployment, data centre affinity and workload management. You will contribute to improvements in build, performance, security, operating systems, networking and monitoring. You are already an expert in one of these disciplines and can persuade others to follow your lead. You believe in the agile approach of breaking long term projects into small deliveries to achieve rapid changes. You are keen on learning more and contributing your knowledge back to your peers inside and outside the office.
- OS: Red Hat Linux, bare metal and virtual machines
- Provisioning: Puppet, Kickstart, RPM
- Languages: Bash, Ruby, Python, Java, Clojure
- Security: Kerberos, SELinux, LDAP
- Big Data: HDFS, Spark, Flink, Kafka
- Containers: Docker, KVM
- Schedulers: YARN, Kubernetes, Mesos
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