March 14, 2019

Quantitative Developer

Trade Terminal
March 14, 2019
Pleasanton, California, United States
Job Type
Salary range
$80k – $150k, No equity
Python, C++, MongoDB, Node.js, Trading, Go (Golang), Low Latency Trading Platform Technology


Job Description

We are looking for a Quantitative Developer to help build trading systems and trading tools used in the management of Trade Terminal’s digital asset portfolio.

As a Quant Developer, you will use your skills to:
- Contribute to architecture design of Trade Terminal’s Order and Execution Management System
- Work closely with traders and trading strategists to develop and enhance Trade Terminal’s sophisticated library of order execution algorithms
- Develop and operate low latency real-time market data feed system
- Develop and manage an order execution system that connects to 50+ exchanges
- Analyze historical trade data generated from trading activities, specifically focus on liquidity, market impact and trade performance
- Build real-time visualization tools to monitor the Trade Terminal’s portfolio and trading activities

As a Quant Developer, you will need:
- Mastery of C++, Golang or a similar low-level language
- Experience with Python, Nodejs, MongoDB
- Experience using SQL, pandas, Spark or similar data processing tools
- Experience developing in low-latency systems, RPC, IPC, Rest, Ws, etc...
- Experience with computer security is a plus
- Experience in cryptocurrencies is a plus
- Experience with distributed systems is a plus
- Excellent knowledge of software engineering best practices (e.g.: Agile software development, test-driven development, unit testing, code reviews, design documentation, etc…)
- Excellent team working skills and communication skills
- Enjoy working with a lean team in a fast-paced environment

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