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FPGA Engineer- Leading Fund in Amsterdam/London

Oxford Knight
London, UK
Closing date
4 Feb 2021

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Technology & New Media
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Job Summary

My client is a tech-focused market-maker based in the heart of Amsterdam. They are looking for exceptional engineers to join an elite team of FPGA hardware and software engineers to design and develop ultra-fast trading systems for their London and Amsterdam offices. You will own end-to-end development while implementing new low-latency techniques. You will help develop their hardware platform, producing super-reliable high-speed digital designs.

The Company

An industry-leading Amsterdam-based trading firm with groundbreaking success within the high frequency trading space. You will be joining a highly talented team helping redefine the evolution of their trading systems. It is a mature environment that is transparent, collaborative and offers enormous opportunity to grow and have an impact on the business.

  • Degree in a STEM subject from a top university, preferably in Electronic Engineering or Computer Engineering
  • Experience designing/building FPGAs using VHDL, Verilog, or System Verilog
  • Experience with 10GB networking and networking protocols (TCP/UDP)
  • Experience with high-performance networking stacks on FPGAs and multi-gigabit transceivers
  • Willingness to understand how the systems you will build align with trading activities

  • Strong salary and market-leading profit-sharing structure
  • Regular social events and company holidays, fully paid first-class travel, generous holiday allowance, premium-free pension and other flexible benefits
  • Flat-structured company with 'no-attitude' feel
  • Relocation packages

If you feel you're a good match, or you'd like to know more, please get in touch!

Max Battista
+44 (0)20 3745 6531
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