Stage 3A - Developer - Minimum Operating Environment

Job ID:  31362
Location:  PARIS (FRA)

Who we are:

Murex is a global fintech leader in trading, risk management and processing solutions for capital markets. Operating from our 18 offices, 2400 Murexians from over 60 different nationalities ensure the development, implementation and support of our platform which is used by banks, asset managers, corporations and utilities, across the world. ​ 


Join Murex and work on the challenges of an industry at the forefront of innovation and thrive in a people-centric environment.   


The team:

The Code Health Team is in charge of the Health of the Code, including the management of the Minimum Operating Environment. The Minimum Operating Environment can be described as all what has to be installed by our customers for running our Software.


What you'll do:

The Code Health Team specifies in different places the Minimum Operating Environment (MOE). 

As of today, the MOE is a XML file, located in the Mx codeline, which is generated into a PDF file. The XML is static, not easily readable, maintained with difficulties. It is also duplicated by a JSON file, but also copied in the Murex wiki space, or in MxDoc. 

There are more and more requests on Murex side to have an official, easy way to retrieve all the informations relative to the MOE. 


The internship consists in developing a dynamic Web platform which will provide the information to the MOE. 


Who you are:

  • Last year of studies 


As this tool will be set up in production (really used by Murex), we need: 

  • High skills in datamodel management 
  • High skills in Web JavaScript, rest API from the Front End 
  • The language used for the BackEnd will be Python 
  • Different technologies for different users: Ansible for IT Murex, HTML, JSON 


Why you should join us:

  • The Code Health Team is a strategic Team inside the Murex organization 
  • It’s the only team who has a global overview of the State of the Code at Murex 
  • Fancy Technologies used 


Duration: between 4 and 6 months.