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Quant Systematic Fund Hiring Research Scientists - $ High

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Houston, United States
Salary/Rate
$ High
Career Levels
Position Type
Permanent
Employment Type
Full Time
Start Date
ASAP
Posted
10 May 2017
Post Expires
05 Jul 2017
 
Leading Quant Fund are looking to recruit a quant researcher to be based in their Houston office.


Role:-

Your role will be to work as a quant research analyst in the existing research team where you will be involved in developing new strategies and back testing existing strategies . You will be involved in a lot of problem solving work

Requirements:-

    • M.S. or Ph.D. in a technical field like math, physics, engineering or similar field. Computational disciplines are highly sought after.
    • Advanced knowledge in at least one of the following: Probability Theory and Statistics, Stochastic Processes, Time Series Analysis, Stochastic Calculus, PDEs, or any heavily theoretical area of math, physics or engineering.
    • Experience in scripting (Python, Perl, etc.) and C++ programming. Strong C++ is essential for this role.
    • Good verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability and desire to work both independently and as a part of a team.
    • You can be someone who has just completed a PhD or who is on the verge of completing a PhD or someone who has worked in the industry for a little while. Prior experience is not a criteria .

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Please send a PDF CV to Sara Hunter at quants@ekafinance.com
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Please mention QuantFinanceJobs.com when applying!
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