GBSU – Global Business Service Unit - is an entity which delivers high quality services for the Investment Bank of Société Générale. We are a big organization spread around the globe with colleagues in the most important financial hubs in the world – New York, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong. The Bucharest center is mainly an IT partner for the European operations.
The IWEB team is developing and maintaining websites and services for marketing intended websites for various MARK teams of the SG Group. The websites are Internet facing and contain marketing materials for SG clients and financial products data, prices and legal documentation. The websites and services are used worldwide. They expose all kind of financial products information and the main technologies used are: Java, Angular and Linux.
Some of the recently developed websites are:
Specifically, you will be required to:
Contribute in all phases of application development lifecycle
Participate in establishing web development strategies
Write well designed, efficient code compliant with existing framework and standards
Develop, code, install, test, debug, and document web applications
Collaborate in upgrading website architectures and overall structure of web applications
Ensure the delivery of high quality solutions to agreed specifications and within agreed time scales
Assist in development of new web features and applications in conjunction with business leaders
Understand the code-base of existing applications and suggest improvements, fix bugs, and add new features, as needed
Support continuous improvements by investigating alternatives and technologies
Participate, when requested, to the support of production by investigating issues and helping users fix the problems they encounter
We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents, regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, sexual or gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.