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Waterfront International Ltd.: Junior/Senior C++/UNIX Programmer

Waterfront International is a Toronto-based quantitative finance research firm, specializing in developing computer based statistical trading strategies. Waterfront’s selective hiring process considers only highly talented individuals with a history of exceptional experience.

Join our team developing and administering leading edge, non-stop, global 24x7 financial trading systems. We develop real-time trading applications utilizing the latest hardware running Linux OS. You will work with a small but demanding group of technical and non-technical users. Our growing team seeks a talented C/C++/Linux X Window programmer to work on components of our trading systems – enhancing the existing systems, developing real-time GUI displays and directly supporting technical and non-technical users.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Work with distributed multithreaded systems with a strong emphasis on performance and latency.
  • Develop real-time, X Window GUI displays for financial trading systems.
  • New development and enhancement of existing systems.
  • Design, code and test new applications ensuring correctness.
  • Work closely with analysts and other groups to provide software solutions.

Requirements of the Candidate include:

  • C/C++ programming experience.
  • University education with background in Computer Science or related field.
  • Excellent analysis and problem solving skills.
  • Experience with Sybase, Tibco/Rv, Wombat and other various third party solutions is a plus.
  • Multithreaded applications preferred but not required.

Candidates with limited to no experience can apply for the Jr C++/Unix Programmer position.

Waterfront International
Email: recruiting@wil.com

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