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    Our client is a dynamic, technology-driven major bank supporting a large-scale quantitative trading operation in Fixed Income.

    To support their continued growth, they are seeking a Quantitative Developer to support the desk in Singapore.

    If you are a talented developer with a passion for scientific research who can optimize, enhance and maintain our proprietary trading platforms, as well as design and implement quantitative software to support research efforts this is an ideal opportunity. The client is a unique environment for a Quantitative Developer to contribute both with advanced software design and engineering skills while cultivating a rich scientific experience.

    Essential requirements of this position include:

                 Bachelors or higher degree  in Computer Science, Math, Physics, or Engineering or Equivalent

                 5+ years of industry experience working with C++, or Java, or C#

                 Proficiency in at least one major scripting language (python, ruby, perl, etc.)

                 Experience working within large code bases (source code control systems, etc)

                 Proven background in scientific programming and numerical methods

    Experience in the following areas is beneficial:

                 Test case and unit test development experience

                 Experience with CPPUNIT and BOOST

                 Experience in design pattern

                 Experience in concurrent programming, Java memory model, etc.

                 Experience with Visual Studio (both legacy and modern variants)

                 Experience in the financial industry a plus

    If interested, please send a copy of your resume to:
    career@numericalmethod.com

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