[Haskell-cafe] NYC Haskell Developer Wanted
Ramana.Kumar at cl.cam.ac.uk
Mon Oct 15 08:31:55 CEST 2012
I encourage you to post this and other job advertisments here as well:
On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 4:05 PM, Doug Beardsley <doug at karamaan.com> wrote:
> Karamaan Group, a principal investment firm based in Manhattan is looking
> for an outstanding software developer to develop tools for financial
> analysis and knowledge management.
> Candidates should have at least a bachelor's degree in computer science
> and a good sense of coding style. This is a high-impact, high-visibility
> job opportunity where successful candidates will be entrusted with a lot of
> responsibility for products that have a direct effect on the P&L of the
> firm and influences our workflow.
> Karamaan Group is a small hedge fund, so the next hire will have a very
> direct influence on our software development and the firm as a whole. We
> are a growth oriented firm that values people who take a craftsman's pride
> in their work. We like to take a contrarian view of things, value
> experimenting, and use often overlooked technologies. We are looking for a
> candidate who shows strong analytical, organizational, and communication
> We have a legacy Java code base that may need occasional maintenance, but
> for the past few years, most of our new development has been done with
> Haskell (with bits and pieces of a few other languages here and there).
> The ideal candidate would have at least some experience with Java and the
> related technologies used in our existing code, but since Haskell is our
> language of choice, we're looking for strong Haskell skills. We have a
> knowledge management system built on Snap, so experience with Snap or
> Haskell web development in general would help. Unlike most finance
> companies, we don't require previous experience in finance or business, but
> knowledge in those areas is definitely a plus.
> Please send your CV and cover letter to recruitment at karamaan.com.****
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