We love challenges. So we built Dexterity Capital, a quantitative trading firm focused on solving the hardest problems in finance. By combining brilliant people, world-class technology, and rich proprietary datasets we've built an algorithmic execution engine that trades billions of dollars every day.

About Dexterity Capital

  • We value growth, autonomy, and getting things done
  • We maintain a startup environment -- everyone has lots of responsibility and makes a significant impact
  • We currently are a team of 19 people and are planning to double over the next year
  • We offer highly competitive compensation, equity options, and comprehensive benefits

We're looking for software engineering interns to join our team this summer. We’re a trading firm, but also a startup, so this internship is a great fit for someone who thrives in an entrepreneurial environment.

For a period of 10-12 weeks you will work with a mentor at our office in the San Francisco Financial District who will guide you through a real world project on our trading platform. You’ll work in our Java environment and deploy code that will power our strategies. Your mentors will introduce you to the techniques necessary to build and operate a crypto-trading platform that is deployed to the cloud worldwide. You’ll be part of all of our social events and activities and learn what it is like to work here.

You won’t need a background in trading, crypto, or finance. You’ll learn all of that on the job. We’re looking for people who like to collaborate, tackle challenging problems, and have an inclination towards quantitative thinking.

About you

  • Graduating Winter 2023 or Spring 2024
  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Enjoy writing code and have a passion for programming
  • Looking to tackle hard problems and feel comfortable making mistakes and asking questions while learning

Great to have

  • Experience at a startup or a company in a growth phase

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