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Full-Time Programming Opportunities with PDT Partners New York City

We are a quantitative research and algorithmic trading group that recently launched as an independent hedge fund manager – this allows us to offer a highly-collaborative, research and technology-oriented environment with the excitement of a startup.

We will be on campus on Thursday, October 3rd to interview for the following open roles:

Open roles for computer scientists and engineers:

  • Algo-Trading Monitoring Specialist (00214284)
  • Systems Administrator (Linux/Unix) (00214290)
  • Systems Programmer (00214258)

If you’re interested in any of these opportunities, apply now via JobMine.

DEADLINE: Friday, September 27th at Midnight!

Based on the belief that rigorous scientific investigation can unveil inefficiencies in financial markets, PDT was created to develop and systematically trade quantitative strategies. PDT was founded by Peter Muller in 1993 as a proprietary quantitative trading group within Morgan Stanley and became an independent investment manager in 2013, with offices in New York, London, and Hong Kong.

PDT is a fun and collaborative community of tech geeks, science fiction fans, Lord of the Rings aficionados, musicians, martial artists, extreme-sports enthusiasts and foodies who enjoy a non-hierarchical, professional environment. Our culture encourages and expects significant contribution from all members.

The group encourages new ideas and an entrepreneurial intensity from everyone. Each member of PDT enjoys an exciting work environment and a sense of ownership in the success of the group, and the culture of PDT remains very down-to-earth and collegial. New members work directly with more experienced colleagues in an atmosphere of respect and mentorship. Diversity of background, experience, and interests defines the group's vitality.

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