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C++ Developer

Job Title: C++ Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: CL1
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email: claram@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

C++ Developer

Location: London

Day Rate: £550-£650

Montash are curretly engaged with a Global Investment Bank to source and secure a C++ Developer for an inital 6 month contract.

- Very front office role in the Automated Market Making (AMM) area for FX (i.e. algo trading)

- The role requires development of new software, as well as enhancements/modifications/fixes to existing

components

- C++ in a Linux environment

MUST HAVE requirements:

- Expert C++ development skills

- Very good knowledge of Linux (not just g++/gdb)

- FX experience and a good understanding of the FX business

- Experience in supporting a trading platform in a live production environment

Key Words:

C++ / Linux / FX / trading / AMM / algo trading / automated market making / G++ / GDB / trade /

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