Bloomberg Senior Front-end Engineer - KYC in New York, New York

Job Requisition Number: 57218

The Know Your Customer (KYC) industry is rapidly evolving. Our Entity Exchange Platform team (ee.bloomberg.com) responds quickly to these changes, enabling our clients to gain a competitive edge in their industry. Our secure web platform enables businesses to efficiently transfer documents and data to satisfy KYC regulatory laws. We ultimately reduce the friction of doing business.

In this fast-paced environment, you will design and build web solutions that are flexible, scalable, and easy to maintain. You will also help determine the right solutions for our clients’ needs. If you’re passionate about helping us build these solutions, we’d love to hear from you.

We’ll trust you to:
  • Design, architect, and develop client-facing solutions that meet business requirement
  • Develop all levels of the web application stack, from the client to server-side
  • Collaborate within an agile, multi-disciplinary, fast-moving team
  • Advocate for high quality, well-tested solutions
  • Take ownership and drive technical solutions from inception to production release
You'll need to have:
  • A strong understanding of Computer Science fundamentals and an understanding of asynchronous design patterns (both client and server-side)
  • 4+ years of professional experience building web applications (including SPAs) with JavaScript/Node.js, HTML, CSS
  • A core understanding of native JavaScript and experience building, using, and extending JavaScript frameworks
  • Experience with distributed source control management (like Git) and pull request/code review workflows
We’d love to see:
  • 2+ years of experience with React, Linux (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), Java, or Python
  • Professional experience with a relational database (Oracle or MySQL), schema design, and SQL
  • Experience developing web services or APIs
  • Experience with web security, challenges, risks and mitigation techniques
  • An interest in the financial industry with ambition to learn more about the KYC domain
  • A passion for standardization, style guides, and process efficiency