Wednesday, November 10, 2010

C# GUI Developer Prop Trading Company/ 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

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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.
100-125K base +bonus (in case of mid level person)*
125-150K base +bonus (in case of senior level person)*
*client open to hiring mid or senior level developer depending on person and how it all adds up.

Successful prop trading company in NYC is looking for C# GUI developer to build the front ends to their trading systems. The prop trading firm trades equities and equity options via stat arb and high frequency strategies and amm. It will definitely be a Windows (NOT WEB or ASP.NET) GUI Solution, but whether it will be a Winforms or WPF solution is up to the developer who is hired. The firm is currently using Winforms. They are open to hiring someone who is mid level (3-5 years of experience), but someone more senior (8+ years) is more likely to work better - person must be able to interface directly with end users of GUI (Traders, Quants) and define requirements and then design and develop the solution. Ideally person would become the GUI SME for the firm which is less than 50 people in size.

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