WHO WE ARE

Provectum Technologies is a technology-driven HFT market making firm. We actively make markets across a broad range of asset classes, providing two-sided liquidity for both retail and institutional investors. As market makers, we lower costs for the broad market by supplying competitive bids and offers, without seeking to take on risky directional positions.
We believe that liquidity provision plays a vital role in the overall health and efficiency of the global financial markets, especially in times of market turbulence.
At the core of our business is the development of innovative, proprietary technology, designed to automate market making and post-trade activities. And this is where we aim to be the best.

WHAT YOU WILL DO
- You will be participating in the development of various parts of our ultra-low-latency trading platform, which is the core of our business
- Furthermore you will take part in benchmarking our hardware components and will be free to experiment with many emerging technologies.


WHAT WE WANT FROM YOU
- Strong modern C++ skills, including template metaprogramming
- Deep understanding of modern CPU platforms (Execution pipelines, Branch prediction, Cache hierarchy, NUMA, MESIF, TLB, etc.)
- Broad networking expertise from both hardware and software points of view
- Experience in developing and optimizing ultra low-latency systems in Linux is a must
- Be fluent with gnu toolchain, git, vim
- Previous experience in high frequency trading will be a plus, but not required
- Be open minded and be able to learn new technologies.


WHAT BENEFITS YOU WILL GET
- Total compensation in range of $180.000 – $250.000
- Comprehensive perks package
- Highly qualified team of professionals

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