Investment Funds Service IT builds and maintains several applications to provide our Clearstream customers, performing and efficient tools to manage Investment Funds Order Routing and Transfer, Custody or Settlement activities over multiple types of media including SWIFT 15022, 20022, Front-End, Fax, etc.
A subset of these applications is called: IFS Harmonisation of Fund POSitions.
§ Technical System Design, Development Implementation, Unit Testing and Acceptance Testing
§ Integration and maintenance of the development related to the Continuous Integration and Delivery DEVOPS toolchains and related infrastructure
§ Functional and technical documentation and maintenance of the applications
§ Potentially on-call support (rotation 24/6, max 2 weeks/month) on production incident handling (PSF required)
§ Working as part of an IFS development unit reporting to a Development team leader
§ University degree or equivalent (Level 8) in a computer-based discipline.
§ The candidate must have at least 4 years of industrial experience with ideally several items amongst:
§ Basics of Oracle database, SQL and PL-SQL.
§ Java technologies (Camel, Angular 6+, Spring Boot, Spring Security, RestAPI, EJB, JMS, MDB, JaxB, JPA, JSON)
§ JavaEE Application Servers (Redhat EAP Jboss)
§ Unit Testing and Acceptance Testing tools (Junit, Mockito, Jacoco, Fitnesse, Selenium, Gherkin, Cucumber)
§ Continuous Integration/Delivery tools (Jira, GitHub, Jenkins, SonarQube, Maven, Artifactory, IntelliJ)
§ Command script development and execution on Linux and Windows (ksh/bash/PowerShell).
§ Basics of agile development (SCRUM, KanBan)
§ Analytical skills using UML.
§ Speaking and writing English (fluent enough) - knowledge of French will ease the communication
§ Past experience with Clearstream will be an asset
§ Must be a team player with good communication skills and must be a self-starter with minimum support.
The role would require to work on development, support & maintenance activities and to be flexible when required. This is a contract position not requiring a PSF certification unless on-call Prod support is envisaged