Python developer - Python, SQL, Shell Scripting - Market Risk Operations

04 Products Platform India


Description

Please only apply if you come from financial services sector.   
      
We are seeking a skilled Python, SQL Developer to Join our operation team as developer responsible for building Risk As A Service for New and Existing client. Riskspan is an award-winning SaaS for B2B Fintech, headquartered in USA with an office in Chennai, India.        
        
Responsibilities:        
  • Encouraging and building automated processes wherever possible
  • Identifying and deploying cybersecurity measures by continuously performing vulnerability assessment and risk management
  • Incidence management and root cause analysis
  • Coordination and communication within the team and with customers
  • Mentoring and guiding the team members         
  • Defining and setting development, test, release, update, and support processes for the operation
  • Monitoring the processes during the entire lifecycle for its adherence and updating or creating new processes for improvement     
Required Skill, Qualifications and Experience:        
  • A bachelor's degree Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field.
  • 3-5 Years of relevant experience with 5-7 Total experience
  • Programing experience with Python, SQL and Shell Scripting
  • Good experience in Python development in docker/container environment.
  • Good analytical and debugging skills
  • Experience in using VS Code IDE is preferred.
  • Experience with GIT, Jenkins, Jira
  • Good analytical and debugging skills.
About RiskSpan, Inc.   
   
    
RiskSpan offers cloud-native SaaS analytics for on-demand market risk, credit risk, pricing and trading. With our data science experts and technologists, we are the leader in data as a service and end-to-end solutions for loan-level data management and analytics.         
         
Our mission is to be the most trusted and comprehensive source of data and analytics for loans and structured finance investments. Learn more at www.riskspan.com.