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EQUITY TRADE FLOOR SUPPORT, perm A-List Investment Bank, Sydney.
PERMANENT ROLE: DESK TOP SUPPORT FOR EQUITY IB TRADERS. Previous experience a must. CBD big player great opportunity, good people, great manager and 'A' grade offices. Bloomberg, Reuters, FIX, WIN etc.
What we need:
- Level headed, calm, cool and collected candidate with experience working with Microsoft Operating Systems (primarily Windows XP).
- Messaging experience on FIX
- Excellent trouble shooting skills
- Reuters, Bloomberg trading technology services knowledge. Broad knowledge of financial trading tech is important.
- Scripting skills ideally in UNIX.
- Great attitude and a true team player
- Desk Top support experience working with the business up close and personal in the capital markets.
We have not seen a permanent role in the Equities 1st level Operate area for a while now so, surely as a sign that the capital markets are on the up, we have a permanent role with one of the worlds leading Investment Banks that is based here in the Sydney CBD.
You will be part of a specialist team working equities only and be up close and personal with the traders.
The team consists entirely of those experienced in a trade support environment where understanding and speed of response are vital.
It is imperative you share these traits and that empathy required when supporting front office business.
To learn more of this permanent position please contact Jeremy Steele on 02 9270 5204 and apply for this role via the website.
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