Trading Support Analyst
29th October 2019
£45000 - £55000
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Trading Support Analyst London EC2 to £55k
Trading Support Analyst with strong SQL Linux skills equired by our client, a recognised world leader in the Financial Services space for over 40 years. The Trading Support Analyst will be joining a company which places a strong emphasis on integrity in their dealings and have a very employee focussed working culture.
The Trading Support Analyst will be responsible for providing support to a range of front and back office applications, working on a variety of planned and ad hoc projects, assisting with change and release management and working with development teams to resolve ongoing issues. The ideal Trading Support Analyst will have experience of working on both in-house developed apps and 3rd party applications and can assist in troubleshooting T-SQL, PowerShell, SQL.Previous experience in the financial industry and supporting trading systems (knowledge and understanding of equities, funds, settlement cycle and venues, FIX messaging, trade flows) will be considered a plus.Trading Support Analyst Principle Duties:
? MySQL and T-SQL Database support and maintenance.
? 3 rd line technical support and maintenance of in-house and out-of-box applications.
? Improve and support integration between the various applications.
? Improve and support the business workflows within the applications.Trading Support Analyst Specialist/Technical Knowledge:
? Windows Server 2008/2012.
? MySQL SQLServer
? FIX messaging for trading applications.ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE FREE TO WORK IN THE UK FREE FROM THE RESTRICTIONS OF VISA'S AND WORK PERMITS.
Exposed Solutions is acting as an employment agency to this client.
Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, sex, sexuality, race or religion and we confirm that we will gladly accept applications from persons of any age sex, sexuality, race or religion for this role.