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    WE ARE HIRING: Distributed Systems Developer/C++ Top Financial Firm NYC

    QuantRec.com - Financial Recruiting: Distributed Systems Developer/C++ Top Financial Firm NYC

    NO SPAM, NO OUTSOURCED/ CONSULTANTS, NO THIRD PARTIES,

    MUST BE AUTHORIZED TO WORK IN THE USA.

    THANKS.

    Finder's fees can be offered for anybody you can recommend that YOU KNOW (providing contact info is a start) and obviously they MUST BE QUALIFIED and get interviewed and HIRED.
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    Call or text 203-29-QUANT 203.297.8268 if you have any questions and are qualified for this role or others posted. Please speak clearly if leaving a voicemail, and let me know the role you are applying for and if you have sent a resume or not. You may call or text at any time. All discussions and messages are fully confidential... If QUALIFIED &AUTHORIZED FOR USA WORK, email resume QuantRec @gmail.com

    Goto QuantRec.com - Financial Recruiting for updates on jobs, bookmark it!

    You can fax in resume to 206-202-7703 as well.

    PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE your salary requirements (2009 base/bonus), location preferences, and for my notes where you have been interviewing or been submitted to in the past 6 months (as there are multiple opportunities if you are a solid techie). Must currently be in USA and be Green CARD/US CITIZEN/h1b with enough years left on visa (at least 3 years).

    Also include the best times to reach you over the near term.

    Candidates MEETING MOST OF the SPEC below will be contacted PROMPTLY.
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    120-200K Total Comp (Depending on Level)
    Minimum 3 years experience, ideally 5-10)


    Note to recruiters: This position is for hard core C++ coders. Not low level (although this is not bad) but hard core application level coder.

    This is the sub team within Research and Development Organization which develops software in C++ for three main functions: Pricing, Risk and Structuring. Main businesses supported are Interest Rate and OTC Derivatives.

    This is good position/group for C++ developers at a bank or another financial company in a middle or back office group wanting to get exposure to front office functions: pricing, risk, structuring. Note: this is a C++ development team which focuses on development of applications and not quantitative modeling. It's also good position for non-industry C++ developers who recently completed a financial math program who would like to transition into the more business facing development. And certainly it's a good stepping stone into other more business facing career paths.

    In general they prefer candidates who have an advanced degree in math, physics or similar, ideally a PhD but MS in highly relevant major like computational or financial math may suffice and person must have strong C++ for application development and quant development (implementing/optimizing analytics).

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    I have no Phd in math, physics. I have no interest in "Pricing, Risk and Structuring".
    I'm hardcore C/C++/asm, whatever you need. I'm not interested for a job right now.
    I'm just messing with you!
    Devoted my life to programming...

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    Location: GREECE - no good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuantRec View Post
    Location: GREECE - no good!
    I know!
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