[Numpy-discussion] ANN: job opening at Tradelink

John Hunter jdh2358@gmail....
Mon Dec 14 12:53:00 CST 2009


We are looking to hire a quantitative researcher to help research and
develop trading ideas, and to develop and support infrastructure to
put these trading strategies into production.  We are looking for
someone who is bright and curious with a quantitative background and a
strong interest in writing good code and building systems that work.
Experience with probability, statistics and time series is required,
and experience working with real world data is a definite plus.  We do
not require a financial background, but are looking for someone with
an enthusiasm to dive into this industry and learn a lot.  We do most
of our data modeling and production software in python and R.  We have
a lot of ideas to test and hopefully put into production, and you'll
be working with a fast paced and friendly small team of traders,
programmers and quantitative researchers.


Applying:

  Please submit a resume and cover letter to qsjobs@trdlnk.com.  In
  your cover letter, please address how your background, experience
  and skills will fit into the position described above.  We are
  looking for a full-time, on-site candidate only.

About Us:


  TradeLink Holdings LLC is a diversified alternative investment,
  trading and software firm. Headquartered in Chicago, TradeLink
  Holdings LLC includes a number of closely related entities. Since
  its organization in 1979, TradeLink has been actively engaged in the
  securities, futures, options, and commodities trading
  industries. Engaged in the option arbitrage business since 1983,
  TradeLink has a floor trading and/or electronic trading interface in
  commodity options, financial futures and options, and currency
  futures and options at all major U.S. exchanges. TradeLink is
  involved in various market-making programs in many different
  exchanges around the world, including over-the-counter derivatives
  markets. http://www.tradelinkllc.com


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