Our product: The CATS (Cross Asset Trading System) Blotter is a flexible application that aims to solve traders' new workflow needs and meet their high performance expectations. The product forms the backbone of a trader's workflow across many trading products. After onboarding EMSX 2.0 - the world's most popular Execution Management System - our goal is to help more trading systems create their next generation workflows.
Our team: We are a small team based in London and one of three CATS Blotter feature teams. We collaborate closely as a team, and with other engineering teams in London and New York. We are client centric with a focus on quality, performance, intuitive user experiences, and financial workflows.
We'll trust you to:
Design and build feature-rich front-end applications
Work with business to flesh out requirements, collaborate with other engineering groups, design and build new features and release them to our users whilst keeping the system as stable as ever
Be a key contributor to the team, drive the incorporation of new technologies and improve development practices
Be creative to solve highly complex problems
Help others and share your knowledge in order to drive the growth of the team
You'll need to have:
Experience building client workflows and UIs
Experience applying good software engineering practices while delivering production quality systems to clients
Strong problem solving skills and an interest in solving new problems in unique ways
Good communication skills to work with other teams and explain technical problems to non-technical stakeholders
An open mind to using new technologies
We'd love to see:
Experience building high performance systems. Expertise in profiling and improving performance
An interest in functional programming techniques
Contributions to open source
Experience working with a distributed system and an understanding of its unique challenges
Experience working in an agile environment
Interviewing with us: We believe interviewing is a two way street. It's a way for us to get to know you and your skills, and also a way for you to learn more about the team, our technical challenges, and what you'd be working on. The content of each interview round will be tailored to the role and your background, but the general framework can be found here: https://www.bloomberg.com/careers/technology/engineering/software-engineering-experienced-hire We want to ensure you can put your best foot forward throughout the process, so if you have any questions or need any accommodations to be successful, please let us know!