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Low Latency C++ Engineers

Job title: Low Latency C++ Engineers
Contract type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry: Development
Salary: £65000 - £95000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Reference: LLC++_1632219734
Contact name: Ian Bailey
Contact email:
Job published: September 21, 2021

Job description

C++ Engineers

(City, London - currently remote)

Up to £95,000 + Bonus + benefits

A Global trading firm are building a brand new, high speed trade execution platform and they need two more engineers to help them build it.

Hiring was paused whilst the team ensured the health and safety of all current employees, but now a remote interview and on-boarding process has been defined and interviews are underway.

You will be working in a front office environment with a small team of highly skilled developers, working on complex trading applications, performance improvements and analysis tools. This is a real-time, high volume environment working on mission critical systems.

Previous experience in finance IS NOT required, but you must show a desire to learn and to write A LOT of code.

This firm pride themselves on offering strong technologists a huge variety of challenges and rewards.

To be considered for this role you should:

· Have excellent C++ development skills

· Have an excellent academic record - ideally Computer Science or related field

· Be able to demonstrate your hunger to learn with examples

This is a fantastic opportunity for a C++ Engineers to join a new team working with state-of-the-art electronic trading technology.

You will be trained by some exceptional engineers in an environment that always encourages learning and development throughout your career.

The successful applicant will be rewarded with an excellent package and granted the opportunity to work on a host of ultra-low latency projects, directly contributing to the P&L of the firm.

Please get in touch with Ian Bailey at Harrington Starr for more information.

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