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Thursday, March 3, 2011

We are HIRING: Low Latency Java Developer: Chicago or NYC




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 

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

PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE your salary requirements (2010 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). 

**CANDIDATE SENDING IN ALL THE RELEVANT INFORMATION AS MENTIONED ABOVE SHALL BE PLACED SOONER THAN THOSE SENDING A GENERIC RESPONSE WITH ONLY A RESUME** 

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

Candidates MEETING MOST OF the SPEC below will be contacted PROMPTLY. 
Work closely with a trading group in Asia to develop fast and elegant tools for high frequency, low latency trading systems. Because this group trades the Asian markets, you will be working 5:30 pm to 1 am. 


If we asked around, what are you known for in terms of expertise in: 

§ Types of systems? 

§ Technologies? 

· Got a recent instance where your technical contribution had a real impact on the organization? 



Then more importantly, your Wish List 

· What's the job you want? 2nd choice? 

· Industry preference? 

· Size/culture? 

· Maximum commute radius? 

· Least acceptable compensation? 

· What specific companies in this area are you interested in? 



Motivation 

· Why are you looking to leave? 

· What aspects of your job would you change in order to stay? 

· How soon can you start a new job? 

· What about when you get a counter offer? 

· What specific requirements do you have before accepting a new job? 
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Location: NY or Chicago 

Seeking a High Frequency/Low Latency Java Developer. Key skills are spring, hibernate, multithreaded applications and extensive experience with ECNs (electronic trading) and connectivity. 

Knowledge of Fixed Income products is a definite plus however, any front office trading experience (equities, fx, derivatives) will suffice. 


We have a long-standing relationship with the hiring manager and know he has the budget and is ready to start interviewing!

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