Software Developers at G-Research create bespoke quantitative research software used to predict returns in financial markets across multiple asset classes. They are encouraged to use their initiative and creativity to devise solutions to a range of diverse and complex technical problems.
As a pivotal part of our business, our developers work with cutting edge technologies that allow them to extend and enhance our global software stack, creating new applications that turn exceptional ideas into exceptional results. They will be working on performance critical, large scale enterprise systems that require sharp and agile minds able to learn new skills fast. This is a position suiting a candidate able to demonstrate the ability to deal with a rapidly transforming technological environment, working alongside the brightest minds in the industry. They will have an exceptional academic record and a background in Computer Science or related technical degree.
Software Developers at G-Research need to rapidly adapt to new technologies and are strong, practical coders who have a background in a Computer Science or related technical degree. They grasp core programming concepts, complex data structures, and appreciate good software architecture. We hire engineers from a wide range of backgrounds, including financial services companies, technology start-ups or directly from their under or post-graduate studies.
We offer both full time permanent graduate positions and 3-6 month internships in this area as well as permanent experienced positions.
THE APPLICATION PROCESS
Our Software Development Recruitment Process starts with an online aptitude test, followed by a 60 minute programming test at our offices in Central London. This programming test will cover computational procedures (sorting, searching etc.), data structures, basic architecture and OS knowledge and programming knowledge (language concepts, enterprise programming) followed by technical and CV-based interviews.
Applications for these roles close on December 18th 2015 for positions in our 2016 intern and graduate scheme.