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Radiology Tech - Travel - Four openings - day and night shifts - $2,250

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Radiology Tech - Travel - Four openings - day and night shifts - $2,250

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Dunkirk, NY United States

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Responsibilities: Work directly with the Head of Quantitative Research to create new and enhance existing models in C++ Assist our developers with implementation of new models in production code Provide coding support for new research ideas Qualifications: Ability to work independently 3 years' experience programming in C++ - heavy C++ programming We're just looking for a strong, mathematical C++ developer Bachelor or master's is fine. PhD is probably overkill. Should come from an engineering (not CS) or applied math background. No quant/finance degrees. Regular math or statistics or some sort of engineering. Experience with data handling and ability to analyze data within a SQL environment Experience with quantitative modeling is a plus Familiarity with options or equities is a plus Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to handle multiple projects at once Additional Qualifications: We'd like to see practical experience vs. research experience in C++. They need experience with numerical analysis or working on math-heavy projects. They will be helping build models from ideas and maintaining old models. Really need someone who wants to focus on using C++. This role is only going to be working in C++. We don't have a need for python, or java, or R. We need low latency efficient code to produce results for our option models in a very specific manner. C++ best suits our need for this. We need someone that can create that library and then translate the research ideas into C++ code using that library. They will be developing options pricing models in C++. Their experience should include C++ if that's one of the main languages they work with on the job.

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Oct 02, 2022

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S1648497608174336

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United States

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Dunkirk, NY

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Responsibilities: Work directly with the Head of Quantitative Research to create new and enhance existing models in C++ Assist our developers with implementation of new models in production code Provide coding support for new research ideas Qualifications: Ability to work independently 3 years' experience programming in C++ - heavy C++ programming We're just looking for a strong, mathematical C++ developer Bachelor or master's is fine. PhD is probably overkill. Should come from an engineering (not CS) or applied math background. No quant/finance degrees. Regular math or statistics or some sort of engineering. Experience with data handling and ability to analyze data within a SQL environment Experience with quantitative modeling is a plus Familiarity with options or equities is a plus Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to handle multiple projects at once Additional Qualifications: We'd like to see practical experience vs. research experience in C++. They need experience with numerical analysis or working on math-heavy projects. They will be helping build models from ideas and maintaining old models. Really need someone who wants to focus on using C++. This role is only going to be working in C++. We don't have a need for python, or java, or R. We need low latency efficient code to produce results for our option models in a very specific manner. C++ best suits our need for this. We need someone that can create that library and then translate the research ideas into C++ code using that library. They will be developing options pricing models in C++. Their experience should include C++ if that's one of the main languages they work with on the job.


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