Algorithmic Trading Software Developer at Autowhale

at Autowhale

358 d. ago
About the Job

👔 Requirements/Skills:

- Reliability & Flexibility

- Remote only (ca. 20hrs/week to start)

- Fluent in English and/or German
- Ability to solve problems & finish tasks independently & autonomously, as well as functioning well in a small team
- Ability to learn on the fly, improvise & innovate

- Relevant Tech Stack:
Python (Must), Unit & Integration testing (Must), Microservices; 

- Not mandatory but preferable: knowledge of DevOps, OpSec, Deployment (AWS), Rust, C++, Java Spring, React, Development of CI/CD pipelines

- Multiple years of relevant experience in the field, such as development jobs, quantitative trading or machine learning experience

- Experience developing a fault-tolerant software system

- Discretion (Some parts of the work involved are highly confidential)
- Willingness to do quick follow-ups on Telegram or other messaging platforms

- Reporting of the work you have accomplished (according to prior agreement)

🚀 Perks:

- Be part of the early stages of a fast growing algo trading startup

- Compensation: initially we will work with you on a fee-based contract that can later be transformed into regular employment
- Salary/Fee will be based on industry standards but mainly depend on relevant work experience, education & skill level & (time) commitment (open to negotiations)
- Payments can be made in fiat and/or crypto 

- Learn in a dynamic environment and participate first-hand in the development and growth of an ambitious company in the crypto/fintech space

- Highly flexible schedule: we are a results & efficacy based company  

- Unique career opportunity (great promotion prospects/ company equity)

- Be creative & become an essential part of our core team. We welcome you to come up with new ideas & support you in realizing them in a young &eager team! We’re looking for autodidacts with drive who enjoy learning new things, acquiring new skills, working on solving complex problems & elevating themselves.