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The client is an investment management company founded more than 40 years ago, located in Connecticut.
The goal of the Research department is to fundamentally how the global economy works. Embedded within the Research department is a uniquely talented technology team that builds the tools that allow our macroeconomists to conduct their research and understand the world's economies at a level we believe no other firm is capable of. These tools tackle problems from data ingestion and storage to data visualizations, to signal creation.
With a fundamental approach to researching markets, and systematic approach to understanding and executing on that understanding, the client places an unparalleled emphasis on technology as the critical component to this process. The Senior Software Engineer is a hands-on engineering role focused on designing and building architectures, platforms, and standards to model the world's economic markets.
About the EPAMers here:
Now, we have almost 20 EPAMers in the department (near 80 in-house people in total). We work very closely with the client's products and services teams, security/operations/software architects, product managers. The average client's engineer is approximately D4-D5 in EPAM scale. Also, there are up to D9 level professionals. Lots of in-house developers/architects here previously worked in different top IT companies like Google, HP, Linkedin, etc.
Currently, we are extending the client's development teams. However, EPAM started to move from the team extension approach to EPAM-driven teams with its own development processes, leadership, architecture, operations, etc. To implement this transformation, we need to have strong and reliable software engineers and technical leaders who can drive these initiatives in a complicated and challenging environment.
There is a PMO office (with EPAM's PMs also) who helps to make our Agile environment more standardized and structured. Almost all teams use Scrum as a framework with custom adjustments. Nearly every product team has a full set or people to be fully cross-functional: Project Manager, Product Manager, Solution Architect, Developers, sometimes Automation QAs.
We are looking for solid software engineers to join us. Our candidates could come to one of several teams. It could be from custom distributed computation engine for simulations to lightweight platform to automate deployments, etc. It is ok if the candidates do not know the technologies we are using now. We need people who could quickly study them. For example, Scala is a primary programming language here, but we hire people from Java, .NET, C++ stacks. They spend some time learning by doing real tasks in practice to speed up.
Successful candidates should meet the following requirements
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