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2nd Aug

Quantitative Developer

— Pick your own working pattern!

Location:
Fully remote, UK
Type:
Salary:
Up to £75,000
  • Full remote and flexible working – pick your own working pattern.
  • Hugely successful product portfolio that handles over $30 billion.
  • Lots of opportunity for R&D and personal subscription to Pluralsite or Datacamp.

We’re working with a well-respected Fintech who are looking for a Quantitative Developer to join their engineering team of 6. The business has two cutting edge products in the life insurance and lifetime mortgages space that handle an excess of $30 billion US dollars of face amount and have a growing portfolio of clients across Europe and the US. 

What you’ll be doing

Work with Microsoft Excel and AWS Lambda and C# to develop pricing models for financial securities. You’ll write mathematical code for the purpose of calculating cashflows for life insurance policies and mortgages, run simulations to generate risk and return information, run cashflow waterfall analysis to calculate price and risk for structured securities as well as calculating survival probability curves using actuarial mortality tables. 

You’ll work alongside an experienced and collaborative team who are advocates for ideation; you’ll be given time each month to come up with new ideas and proof of concepts that improve what they do.

The business has embraced remote working since 2012 so as such there’s no office, you’ll need to be comfortable working from home long term. They have a daily tech stand up and work flexibly, enabling you to pick your work freely from the backlog and decide your own working pattern.

What experience you’ll need

  • Solid coding experience with C#.
  • Previous data modelling experience with C, C++, Python or R

 or

  • A degree in one of the following Computing/Mathematics/Statistics/Actuarial Science or related area.
  • Knowledge of or interest in learning quantitative finance, data science and related areas.
  • Ability to write mathematical code.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, write reports, present ideas.

What you’ll get in return for your experience

A salary up to £75,000 DOE + benefits which include, flexible working; you chose how to distribute your 37.5 hour working week to ensure a true work-life balance, 26 days holiday + bank holidays + an additional day for each year of service, a PluralSight subscription and lots of opportunity for R&D including a 2-hour slot every week to study what you’d like to and 5 days allocated per year to attend conferences and training courses. 

What’s next?

Apply now with your CV or get in touch with Becca to find out more.
 

 

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Who's managing this role?

Becca Thomson

Becca Thomson

— Recruiter Developers & Technology

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