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C++ position in San Francisco - Algorithmic Trading

C++ Developers – Software Industry into Algo-Trading

Location: San Francisco
Salary: $Competitive

A high frequency trading firm located in San Francisco is making a selection of key technology hires from emerging talent in the US software industry.



This is a very rare recruitment drive by an established and successful global algorithmic trading firm. With a handful of Quant Traders present there is a requirement for upcoming C++ under Linux users to work on the technical challenges the trading teams will face.



The role will involve working closely with experienced programmers and engineers in designing, developing, maintaining and optimising high performance trading platforms for automated trading on the global financial markets.


Requirements:
Advanced C++ programming
Introduction to C++11
Linux programming, scripting
Multi-threading/concurrency
Networks/Sockets
3-5 years commercial experience
US citizen or right to work in the US
MSc/BSc Computer Science or related field


This is an ideal opportunity for a software engineer who has gained a few years’ experience in a software company to apply their knowledge and skills to the modern, advanced technology driven financial markets. You will be working alongside some of the world’s most talented technologists, many themselves with backgrounds in Silicon Valley.



The challenges are great and ever evolving, demanding technological innovation and a drive to solve complex and abstract problems. The rewards are interacting with the financial markets in a way that is beyond the capabilities of a human alone, the financial rewards can be life-changing.


For more information regarding this opening please contact nick@campbellnorth.co.uk or for confidential discussion I am available on +442030063627.

Job Spec here:
https://groups.google.com/d/topic/programming-algotrading/dQQPzMEGt1I/discussion
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