My name is Joel Allen. I represent Good-Agent, Inc., a recruiting company based out of NYC. We specialize in Sr. Development roles within the Financial Services Industry. Currently we are seeking a high-level position open for FIX Protocol developers with experience in financial securities. Please take a moment to review the job requirements below and let us know if you are interested in this position.

Our client is located in the NYC metro area and is the world's leading
online trading network for fixed-income securities.

Sr. FIX Protocol Developer 130-160k total comp.

We are seeking a dynamic individual to play a key role in the server-side development efforts for our latest web-based fixed-income trading product. This new offering is an essential component of straight through processing (STP) and will have a tremendous impact on the way fixed income products are settled.

Required Skills:
Sr. level VC++ programming skills, including 4-6 years of real commercial development experience. An in-depth understanding of Microsoft server-side technologies including COM and MTS/COM+. Solid FIX protocol, XML and XSL experience necessary. Experience with SQL database development a plus. Extensive development background in an NT / 2000 environment required. A background, which includes successfully managing an entire portion of the development lifecycle of an e-commerce product, is highly desired. The ability to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical professionals is also sought. Sound engineering judgment and the ability to be a key player in a team of high-powered developers and technologists. Experience with the Visual Basic or ASP programming languages a plus. Familiarity with the fixed income markets. Experience with securities clearance and settlement processing is also highly desired..


If you feel you are qualified for this position please send a Word version of your cover letter and resume to Feel free to contact us if you would like more information about this opportunity.

Craig Rofhok

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