Stevens Capital Management L.P. (‘SCM”) is a registered investment adviser specializing in computer based statistical trading strategies, and is the portfolio manager of a multi-billion dollar hedge fund with a 20+ year track record. Located in the heart of Philadelphia’s Main Line suburbs, we seek talented and exceptionally motivated individuals for the following position:
Senior C++ Developer- Financial Trading Infrastructure
Hands-on experience designing and developing distributed, multithreaded systems with a strong emphasis on performance, low latency, messaging layer and other frameworks and utility services. Developing new software as well as enhancing existing systems. Developing real-time, X Window GUI displays for financial trading systems.
C/C++/Linux Programming. Solid OO design skills, specifically distributed low latency, high performance systems. Advanced Multithreading skills. The ability to work in a fast-paced development environment. The desire for a very technical role – 10% analysis, 90% programming.
Requirements of the Candidate include:
5+ years of professional C/C++/UNIX programming experience developing electronic financial trading systems. Solid background in building low latency, multithreaded and high performance systems. Extensive knowledge of Order Management and Order Routing and proven understanding of design patterns, object oriented design, distributed systems and software architecture. Solid understanding of Messaging Middleware concepts, usage and application. Experience in TCP/IP networking, sockets programming and large projects. Strong knowledge of FIX engines. Degree in Computer Science / Engineering or closely related field. Ability to succeed in a team environment, collaborating in all aspects of the development process. Experience with Electronic trading platforms in Equities, Futures and/or Foreign Exchange is a plus.
Stevens Capital Management LP
For more information on Steven’s Capital Management please visit our website here www.scm-lp.com
Monster - 13 months ago
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