At this time we are not accepting any new applications; however if you submit an application we will review it in our next round of hiring which is estimated to be in Q3, 2013.
Do you love Haskell? Do you like problem solving and finding elegant solutions? Are you not opposed to making money?
Tsuru is a fast growing company looking to expand its team. Ideally candidates should enjoy what they do and excel in their field.
The core communication language here is English.
To summarize our hiring process:
All positions below are on-site unless specified otherwise.
We are looking for talented Haskellers to join our team of Traders in Singapore and Tokyo.
Our daily work involves modifying and operating code to respond to changes in market conditions. Ongoing work involves performance tuning, algorithmic improvements and development of trading strategies. Candidates should be familiar with analyzing Haskell runtime performance, identifying compiler issues and writing efficient code. A background understanding of Linux systems programming and IP networking is desirable. We try to keep our office environment relaxed, but you should be comfortable working under pressure when the market demands it.
There are a wide range of tools and applications that we want to build over time, including graphical interfaces and profiling tools for our trading system, parsers for new market feeds, and algorithms for trading strategies. If you have experience in any one of these areas it's a definite bonus.
Ideally you can work well in a team environment, willing to mentor staff, able to assess and fix problems in high-pressure situations, and be able to work during market hours.
Compensation starts at approximately $12,000 USD per month.
We are looking for or programmers and/or elite interns that have experience programming in a functional language, and are familiar with Haskell, systems programming, and web development, to join our global team. Experience with Linux/Unix system administration is preferred. Familiarity with Git is essential.
The exact role is not fixed yet but we are looking particularly for someone to help with making a simulation scheduling framework and results visualisation in a web application.
Compensation is approximately $6,000 USD per month.
See programmer description for more details.