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Connectivity & Integration Specialist - Financial Services
 
Title: Connectivity & Integration Specialist - Financial Services
Category: Accounting & Finance
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £40,000.00 - £55,000.00
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Connectivity & Integration Specialist - Financial Services

Connectivity & Integration Specialist - FIX, Swift, API, TCP IP Integration Connectivity Financial Services Trading Exchange

Are you interested in Financial Markets, Trading systems and enjoy working hands-on with clients?

Can you see yourself working in one of London's most iconic building?

Do you have knowledge of connectivity, integration and feeds?

Then a Global FTSE 100 financial company in the heart of the city awaits you.

With exceptional personal growth on offer and a world recognised brand this opportunity will suit someone with:

A keen interest in the Financial Services and Trading environmentUnderstanding of connectivity for trading - FIX, Swift, API, TCP IP or similarA passion for working with clientsExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsA background in Finance or software support / integrationInterest in this unique opportunity will be extremely high. Therefore, send your CV without delay.

Fortunately, there are 2 positions available so grab the chance to work with a trusted colleague by recommending someone at the time of application.

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Connectivity & Integration Specialist - FIX, Swift, API, TCP IP Integration Connectivity Financial Services Trading Exchange
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