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Quantitative Developer, Amsterdam

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Client:

BlockTech BV

Location:

Amsterdam, Netherlands 

Job Category:

Other
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EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Views:

42

Posted:

13.04.2020

Expiry Date:

28.05.2020
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Job Description:

Fast growing cryptocurrency trading startup is hiring!FunctieomschrijvingWe are looking for a Quantitative Developer who is passionate about blockchain and wants to join a start-up with great track-record and growth potential in an innovative and fast growing industry. You will be working as part of an ambitious team in a technical environment.You have the freedom to choose the path that leads to the solutionAs a Quantitative Developer you will work on improving our mathematical models and analyse data thoroughly to improve the inputs of these modelsYou will translate requests for data from the modelling teams directly into codeYou’ll develop the principles for creating data sets that meet the latest internal and regulatory requirements for data qualityWij vragenAn academic degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Econometrics (or any other quantitative field)Skills to translate your creative mind into a software modelCommercial experience working with Python and/or C++Proven versatility and ability to pick up new technologies and learn systems quicklyCommunication skills in Dutch or English, both spoken and writtenPositive can-do attitude and a creative mindWillingness to commit long-termWij biedenBe part of an innovative and fast growing industryPossibility to learn and master new techniques of the decentralized internetExcellent remunerationDaily company lunchPermanent, full time position in relaxed and trendy office based in Amsterdam-region
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