[Haskell-cafe] Quantitative Trading Developer Position at Hutchin
neil.mehra at hutchinhill.com
Fri Jun 20 09:26:13 EDT 2008
Quantitative Trading Developer
* Newly formed multi-strategy hedge fund, Hutchin Hill Capital, located in midtown Manhattan, seeks a Quantitative Trading Developer;
* Focus on building infrastructure, applications, and technical support for quantitative equity trading business;
* Candidate should have demonstrated interest or passion for functional programming-with experience using Haskell, F#, Kdb+/q, OCaml, ML, and related technologies;
* Position reports directly to portfolio manager, and will work closely with other technology and research professionals.
* Developing data management, quant research, and analytical tools for model-driven equity trading strategies;
* Building production environment for real-time content capture, trade generation, and risk management;
* Deploying equity trading technology, methods, and protocols, including electronic execution algorithms and market impact analysis;
* Conducting quantitative portfolio research using cutting-edge tools and techniques.
* 2 - 5 years in IT development or quantitative analytics;
* Advanced degree or equivalent experience in a technical field such as computer science, mathematics, physics, or engineering;
* Exceptional technical and analytical problem-solving;
* Desire to master the latest technology, hardware, and quantitative methods;
* Willingness to work in a fast-paced, high pressure environment;
* Team-oriented and highly resourceful;
* Entrepreneurial drive.
Please contact quant2 at hutchinhill.com<mailto:quant2 at hutchinhill.com> with resume if interested.
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