Associate with Goldman Sachs Services LLC in Dallas, TX.
Work Schedule: 40 hours per week (9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Duties: Associate with Goldman Sachs Services LLC in Dallas, TX. Multiple positions available. Analyze, enhance, and maintain the firm’s trade processing systems for Corporate Loans using Java, DB2 databases as well as a firm proprietary database, and Angular JS frontend applications. Follow best practices in test-driven development using JUnit, Easy Mock, Power Mock, and in-memory databases. Work as part of a team of developers to discuss architecture, workflow and support issues, participate in code reviews and evolve the system along with the business’ changing needs. Engage in the entire software development lifecycle, including interacting with end users to elicit requirements and convert requirements into technical solutions and interacting with end users to resolve support issues. Package and deploy code using the firm’s build and release management processes. Must be willing to work with proprietary technologies. No knowledge of proprietary technologies is required pre-hire.
Job Requirements: Master’s or Bachelor’s degree (U.S. or foreign equivalent) in Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering or a related field. Three (3) years of experience with Master’s OR five (5) years of experience with Bachelor’s in the job offered or related position. Prior work experience must include three (3) years with Master’s or five (5) years with Bachelor’s with: Core Java, including object oriented concepts, multithreading, virtual machine, memory usage, and garbage collection, as well as lambda expressions, method references, functional interfaces, and parallel operations; Working on a Unix platform using shell scripting, monitoring processes, searching for and editing files; Software engineering principles, including algorithms, run-time and space complexity, data structures, design patterns, object oriented development, functional programming, multithreading, and parallelization; Relational and No-SQL databases, including schema design, query performance tuning, and purge strategies; Test Driven Development using Junit or similar frameworks; and Working concurrently on multiple technical projects.