Join an amazing Hedge Fund as a front office product manager, focused on delivering on the vision of the trading teams by coordinating technical delivery of front office initiatives.  We are looking for someone who has a desire to get involved with the intersection of IT solving business problems and driving Tudor’s trading capabilities.  This person will work with core IT and business side stakeholders, and external counterparties such as Brokers, LPs, Exchanges, and vendors to define, plan, prioritize, and drive front office IT projects through delivery. Experience with technology implementation in a financial services firm, FIX protocol, OEMS technologies, financial markets access or microstructure, or low latency trading are a plus.  Some of the initiatives include coordinating market access to new markets or asset classes, managing broker/LP relationships, enhancing or establishing trading or monitoring tools, and working with trade and market data for benefit of trading teams, compliance, and IT.

Key Responsibilities

  • Work closely with business users and IT counterparts to understand current needs and initiatives, gather business/functional requirements, identify potential improvements, and manage stakeholder expectations. Deliver successful outcomes on the initiatives
  • Ensure clear communication and alignment across IT and business teams
  • Provide oversight and direction to implementation team to ensure successful deployment

Technical Skills

  • Knowledge of project management concepts and proficiency with project management tools
  • Knowledge of FIX protocol, and FIX onboarding, and OEMS concepts will be helpful, as well as knowledge of financial markets
  • Basic technical skills a plus (Linux, shell scripting, Python, SQL)
  • Familiarity with Software Development and Collaboration Tools (Jira, Confluence, Git, etc.)

Soft Skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent facilitation, collaboration, negotiation, and presentation skills
  • Comfort with ambiguity, frequent change, or unpredictability
  • Desire to understand and improve on current processes and workflows


  • Minimum of 1 year experience at a financial firm in a business analyst, or product/project management, or trading support role
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to work with complex multi-faceted issues.
  • Desire to collaborate with teams of strong technologists and traders to drive innovation, efficiency, and scalability
  • Ability to work independently and with a strong sense of ownership and accountability


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