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Graduate Quantitative Researcher - 2025 - Computer Science

Last update 2024-04-14
Expires 2024-05-14
ID #2101203725
Free
Graduate Quantitative Researcher - 2025 - Computer Science
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney,
Modified April 4, 2024

Description

Kickstart the program with four weeks of training in the Optiver Academy , our global training program in Amsterdam.

Then, once you've got the basics covered, you'll continue the rest of your learning in Sydney, where you'll join one of our research teams and put your knowledge into practice.

You'll get to work on entrepreneurial projects that create immediate impact.

With our support, mentorship and world-class training, there's no limit to how quickly you can accelerate your career at Optiver.

Apply we are Optiver is a global tech-driven trading firm, with offices in Amsterdam, Sydney, London, Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Chicago and Austin.

Founded in 1986, today we are a leading liquidity provider, with close to 2,000 employees in offices around the world, united in our commitment to improve the market through competitive pricing, execution and risk management.

By providing liquidity on multiple exchanges across the world in various financial instruments we participate in the safeguarding of healthy and efficient markets.

We provide liquidity to financial markets using our own capital, at our own risk, trading a wide range of products: listed derivatives, cash equities, ETFs, bonds and foreign currencies.

Optiver's Sydney office is one of the primary players within Asian markets, trading a range of products.

Established in 1996, we're an active participant on the Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan exchanges, and act as Optiver's APAC head office.

What you'll do No previous experience in trading or financial markets? You bring the passion and we'll have the training to support you along the our Graduate Quantitative Researcher, you'll work on critical projects that help improve global financial markets.

You'll be constantly applying your strong analytical abilities to create insights and proposals that drive impactful and innovative trading strategies.

Every day will present you with new and interesting challenges to solve.

And it's up to you and your team to drive our success by ensuring that our quantitative models remain at the cutting-edge of constantly evolving capital you are You're an inquisitive, critical thinker who is creative in innovating new solutions.

You're constantly keen to understand the "why" and you're a strong believer in the power of collaborative problem solving.

In addition, you: Are pragmatic and focused on communicate technical concepts well.

Enjoy utilising technology, programming or maths in your daily life to solve problems.

Possess programming experience in any language (C, C++, Python, Basic, JAVA, etc.).

We offer a range of opportunities in our research teams.

Through our training program, we'll help you find the perfect role.

D1 Researcher As a D1 Researcher, you'll collaborate with traders and developers to build live trading strategies, using cutting-edge statistical and machine learning algorithms.

You'll build trading signals from market or fundamental data, combine signals and optimise strategy parameters through our state-of-the-art back testing infrastructure.

Whilst you'll use a mix of statistics, computer science and economics in your research, there are no textbook solutions to what you aim to solve.

Instead, you're driven to go beyond theory and search for hidden signals to help you create profitable strategies.

Check out Dom's 'Day in the life' feature to learn more.

Options Pricing Research As an Options Pricing Researcher, you will get exposure to the full stack of our trading pipeline.

Starting with trading systems, you will process the raw data into valuable market indicators or "alphas" that show market trends.

This involves using statistics, creating visual representations, and dealing with large datasets.

Next, you will make statistical models to predict financial outcomes such as future market movements or 'll also be trained on how to develop strategies with traders.

This involves finding new trading opportunities, codifying them into trading schemes, and thoroughly testing these strategies.

You'll be involved in managing these strategies, which includes assessing risks, monitoring live performance, and comparing this to back test results.

Check out Noah's 'Day in the life' feature to learn more.

Performance and Strategy Researchers Whether you join as a Performance or Strategy Researcher, you'll develop and test hypotheses experimentally, under real-world conditions and constraints, to drive improvements in our trading a Performance Researcher, you'll be using data science, reverse engineering, and computing fundamentals to improve the success of our trading systems.

You could be building tools to optimise our low-latency strategies, utilising custom built FPGA hardware, or analysing terabytes of systems and network capture data to process and discover hidden a Strategy Researcher, you'll be leveraging our understanding of execution success and pricing to design and improve automated trading strategies.

The scope of projects you'll work on is broad, ranging from optimising strategy parameters, to examining market data and finding new hidden market opportunities, to developing new strategies that capture these opportunities.

Check out Rob's 'Day in the life' feature to learn more.

What you'll get The chance to work alongside diverse and intelligent peers in a rewarding environment Competitive remuneration, including an attractive bonus structure and additional leave entitlements Training, mentorship and personal development opportunities Gym membership plus weekly in-house chair massages Daily breakfast, lunch and an in-house barista Regular social events including an annual company trip A work-from-home allowance and support Guided relocation and a competitive relocation an intentionally flat organisation, we believe that great ideas and impact can come from everyone.

We are passionate about empowering individuals and creating diverse teams that thrive.

Every person at Optiver should feel included, valued and respected, because we believe our best work is done commitment to diversity and inclusion is hardwired through every stage of our hiring process.

We encourage applications from candidates from any and all backgrounds, and we welcome requests for reasonable adjustments during the process to ensure that you can best demonstrate your abilities.

Eligibility A final-year/Honours/Masters/Ph D student or a recent graduate (up to 4 years)Studying a quantitative or technically focused degree, such as Maths, Statistics, Physics, Elec / Mechatronic / Software Engineering, Computer Science, Applied/Quantitative Finance or Australian or New Zealand Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident or able to secure full working rights after graduating.

Ready to take your career to the next level? Apply you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please contact us at(email protected).

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Graduate quantitative researcher - 2025 - computer science

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