Python Engineer - Machine Learning

Bettor Believe

Job Title
Python Engineer - Machine Learning
Job Description

Our client is a successful algorithmic trading consultancy specialising in solving complex issues around high frequency trading. Profitable since inception, they are now in position to expand again with a senior hire for their engineering team. This team of exceptionally talented software engineers predominantly use a Python stack (PyTorch, Tensorflow, NumPy, SciPy, Cython, Flask, Django) for high-performance and low latency.

The team have a range of responsibilities such as:

  • Design and build the tooling and frameworks to support strategy research and development
  • Looking for ways to minimise trading latency whilst scaling effectively
  • Distributed computation software
  • Dashboards for trading strategy evaluation
  • Tools for working with underlying data effectively
  • Help turn prototype trading models into production-ready systems

Why should you apply?

  • Work on projects that are critical to business success
  • Lots of creative freedom and opportunity to work with cutting-edge tech
  • Emphasis on continual learning
  • Flexible working hours
Restrictions
  • Telecommuting is OK
  • No Agencies Please
Requirements
  • Expertise in Python
  • Demonstrable experience within high performance computing
  • Good knowledge of algorithms and data structures
  • Familiarity with cloud technologies
  • Impressive academic background with a degree from a leading university
About the Company

Our client is a successful algorithmic trading consultancy specialising in solving complex issues around high frequency trading.

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