Software Engineer Role - High Frequency Trading - London, UK

  • Competitive
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Oxford Knight
  • 19 Mar 19

Software Engineer Role - High Frequency Trading - London, UK

posted on 14 June 2017 in: Capital Markets Jobs ○ London ○ Permanent

Key words: C++, High Frequency Trading, HFT, ultra-low latency, low-latency, real-time, multithreading

The Company:

Work for the market leader in High Frequency Trading (HFT). They are looking for the best C++ engineers in London, and have already made key hires from Google, Microsoft, rival HFTs and the tier one investment banks.

The Role:

Coding ultra-low latency C++ to ensure they remain the market leader. You will be working on specific London/EU projects with their own PnL with the best C++ talent in the EU.

You will be working with business on every project, helping create the best Market Making code base in the world, maintaining connectivity to the major exchanges and dealing with huge amount of market data.

Key Skills:

  • Degree in Computer Science, Physics or related discipline from a top tier University
  • Exceptional C++ programming skills
  • Experience with multithreaded, real-time or low latency C++


Benefits:
  • Work alongside the best C++ talent in London for the world's most prestigious HFT firm
  • Market-leading, HFT, base salary, truly exceptional bonus and Google/Facebook style benefits
  • Casual work environment, dress down, flexible hours


If you feel you are a strong match then please get in touch:

Ed Dingley

ed.dingley@oxfordknight.co.uk

+44 (0) 203 4757 198

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Key words: C++, High Frequency Trading, HFT, ultra-low latency, low-latency, real-time, multithreading