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|VC++ MFC GUI Developer F/I Credit
|| Private financial firm, specializing in OTC and Exchange traded products is seeking a Software Engineer to join their growing staff. In this challenging hands-on role, you will be responsible for developing new financial trading systems with Visual C++ and MFC in a Windows, multi-tier client server environment utilizing Stingray Objective Grid and Sybase. This position does not require prior financial development experience. You will be rewarded with an opportunity to work for one of the country's fastest growing, and most successful financial firms that rewards personal initiative and creativity.
At least three years of professional experience developing Windows Visual C++ GUI applications with MFC. At least two years of experience developing software using publish/subscribe messaging system such as Tib/RV. At least one year of experience with a grid control tool such as Stingray Objective Grid. At least two years of experience using Microsoft multi-threads At least two years of experience with RDBMS - Sybase or SQL Server. Experience developing systems for Credit Derivatives or Fixed Income Trading is a plus.
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