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C++ Developer – Electronic Trading – City, London

C++ Developer – Electronic Trading – City, London

  • Location

    London, United Kingdom

  • Sector:

    Development

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Contact:

    Ian Bailey

  • Job ref:

    5781

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C++ Developer – Electronic Trading – City, London

£120,000 + Bonus + Benefits + Equity

Experience required in: C++, electronic trading, multithreading, low latency, distributed systems, Windows Java, Python, Computer Science

A world leading electronic trading consultancy is looking for a highly motivated C++ developer to join their growing organization.

The role will work alongside a highly productive team of trader facing programmers to work on all elements of their client’s electronic trading systems.

The team are looking for particularly passionate C++ Developers with a natural desire to understand how things work in granular detail, for example the theory behind multi-threading and how and where it should be applied to systems whichever industry sector that may be within.

In addition to exceptional C++, messaging, TCP, UDB, threading and design/architecture skills, the team use GIT, Jira, Jenkins, continuous build and a pragmatic use of agile so interest or experience in some or all of those would be highly beneficial.

The team are looking to find someone who has worked on trading systems with fast execution speeds. There are a number of major projects happening at present on their systems, for example: reducing latency yet further across the system which is a major project, they are also working on building more intelligent market analysis systems to help their clients seek out trading opportunities in the market.

This is a rare opportunity for someone with strong fundamental C++ Development skills to work on some of the world’s most advanced trading platforms.

Please contact Ian Bailey at Harrington Starr for further information