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Systematic Quant Developer

$150,000 – $200,000 performance based bonus

Location: United Kingdom (London – London) Type: Permanent

Systematic Infrastructure Quant Developer - Top Buy side fund

London/NYC/Toronto based

Our client are seeking a Quantitative Developer in New York, London or Toronto to work with front office analysts and quants to build tools for Portfolio Managers across multiple strategies.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with senior research analysts and quantitative researchers to build tools, automate process, and relentlessly improve system.
  • Design research applications to help Portfolio Managers and analysts simulate and backtest strategies.
  • Design, develop, and deploy software solutions across the equity and macro businesses.
  • Build data quality tools to enable smooth system operations.
  • Be fully versed in software development cycle and have experience setting up and maintaining CI/CD pipeline.
  • Provide support for the system and be proactive in resolving issues in a timely manner.

Requirements:

  • Problem solvers who are driven, self-motivated, and creative.
  • Prior experience supporting quantitative researcher, a plus.
  • Bachelors or higher in a quantitative field or equivalent experience (Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Engineering, Computer Science). Advanced degree preferred.
  • Excellence with Python.
  • 5+ years of development experience.
  • Familiarity with Docker preferred; past experience with Kubernetes & Databricks a plus.
  • Humble, self-aware, and willing to risk pushing back to make the team and others better.

Reference: AMC/JME/SYSQD123

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