Python Developer RAD – Fixed Income- Top-tier Global Hedge Fund

Oxford Knight
Published
23 February 2024
Location
London, UK
Category
Credit  

Description

Salary: up to £150k £75k bonus Client One of the world's most prestigious hedge funds is looking for a Python developer to join their growing Fixed Income Rapid Application Development (RAD) team. This is a specialist team of engineers, quantitative developers and data scientists that builds bespoke tactical technology solutions (tools/dashboards/reports) for PMs and risk managers. Primarily developing in Python, you'll work closely with a variety of Portfolio Management teams and therefore have the opportunity to interact with a diverse range of technologies. To be successful in this role, you will enjoy facing off to the business, have a desire to work on fast-paced projects and have outstanding communication skills with both financial and technical people. Skills and Experience Required 3-10 years' experience, ideally developing with Python (pandas/numpy), although open to a Python/C++/Java mix Solid analytical problem-solving skills Financial markets (rates/fx/credit) experience and mathematics/modelling/statistics experience Advanced degree in Computer Science (or similar scientific field) from a top-tier university Desirable Experience/Skills Python data science stack and/or cloud technologies Benefits & Incentives Strong salary bonuses Collaborative culture and an energetic, dynamic engineering atmosphere Build and share knowledge alongside top-tier engineers Contact If you feel you're suitable for this role, want to hear about similar positions, or would like help hiring similar developers for your company, then please send your CV or get in touch: Richard Allan richard.allanoxfordknight.co.uk 44 (0) 20 3137 9574 linkedin.com/in/richardallanok/

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