C++ Software Engineer – Quantitative Hedge Fund – London

OCR Alpha
18 March 2023
London, UK


Low-Latency C++ Developer Multi-Strat Hedge Fund Between £150k-£200k base excellent bonus potential sign-on A leading mulit-strat hedge fund, based in central London, is looking for a highly skilled C++ Developer to work closely with Portfolio Management teams to help develop real-time data feeds and trading automations. This is a fantastic greenfield opportunity within a historically highly successful trading team. Working in conjunction with the traders allowing a great deal of oversight into trading methodologies and alpha generation practises. This position offers opportunity to have significant impact which will be adequately reflected in bonuses and increased scope of role/projects. Open to both buy and sell side individuals with ideally 2 or more years experience in a low-latency environment. C++ and an Undergraduate degree or higher in Computer Science is essential. Python experience is and additive, but not essential. Responsibilities: Collaborate with researchers/traders to build real-time data feeds, order management tools and trading automations. Ownership of the market exchange platform, from external exchanges to third-party providers Productionise low-latency trading gateways and market data handlers Requirements: Strong programming skills with C++ (including low-level programming) Experience working with market access vendors and third parties, building low-latency data feeds Strong interest and ability in learning new languages/tools and relevant knowledge for trading Strong analytical and quantitative skills Compensation: Whilst candidate driven, compensation will be highly competitive with significant first years guarantees to reflect future earning potential. We will respond to all successful candidates shortlisted for this opportunity within 2 days and would advise all candidates to follow our LinkedIn company page for all the latest opportunities.


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