Founded in 2014 to offer a software solution to automate regulatory data requirements for financial institutions and minimise the cost of change involved with each new iteration of financial regulations. The company offers Regulation-as-a-Service (RaaS) in a software platform that allows financial institutions to process large volumes of granular data and output the required regulatory data, calculations, risks and reports with the necessary controls and governance. Our client produces technology aimed at the financial services industry to help comply with regulatory issues. They combine practical banking experience with legal and operational expertise while leveraging on academic research to create an optimized product offering.
What they are looking for
We are looking for a master orchestrator for our service-oriented system, someone who likes to play in the murky backwaters of linux, vim-ing and bash-ing their way around problems. You will definitely know too many Regex jokes and memories of awk things sed.
The Ideal Candidate will have;
Able to conduct an orchestra of linux micro-services as if it was Beethoven’s 5th. Experience using Docker and related tools to build, manage, update and monitor robust services in containers on clouds
A polyglot programmer who is happy to work in multiple languages to get the job done best. We like Python
Able to automate and improve Agile, TDD and CI processes to deploy to cloud providers. We use Gitlab and Jenkins
Able to tune and configure a SOA infrastructure of open source tools to optimize for performance, reliability and stability
Knowledge of TCP, HTTP, iptables, ssh tunnels, nginx configuration, nagios, cacti, XML
Appreciation of the phrase “rsyncing without strace”
This may sound like DevOps, SysAdmin or just startup engineer. The reality is that this is all of those things, and as a ground-breaking FinTech company we are solving problems that haven’t been solved before. So we don’t expect you to have all the answers, but we do expect you to be the kind of person that can find them.