Software Developer Instruments

Overview Susquehanna International Group (SIG) is a 30 year-old privately held trading firm located just outside of Philadelphia, PA. Building virtually all of our own trading technology from scratch, we are leaders and innovators in high performance trading.   SIG's Market Data group is hiring a software developer into our Instruments team, which is responsible for building and managing our reference data systems. Reference data is used across our organization to validate our trading decisions, which are critical to the firm's profitability.   In this role, you will Drive software architecture decisions for firm wide critical data systems. Develop solutions using .NET, Oracle, SQL Server, Informatica, Hadoop, and other technologies. Enhance our existing systems through automation, performance optimization, and addition of new features.   Participate in day-to-day support of critical systems.  SIG Developers are Able to execute on ideas quickly Committed to innovation Focused on the entire technical stack with an eye for building a stable, scalable, optimized environment with minimized risk Passionate about technology and interested in exploring new technologies to find the optimal solution Strong object oriented software developers What we're looking for A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or a related discipline or its foreign equivalent. Relevant technical experience may be substituted for education A minimum of five years of progressive experience with .Net programming Hands-on experience building solutions in relational databases such as Oracle and SQL server Experience with PL/SQL or T-SQL and writing complex SQL queries Strong interest in learning and working with new technologies Ability and flexibility to provide off hour support on a rotational basis
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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