Launched in 2014 and based in New York, Clearpool Group, Inc. delivers holistic electronic trading solutions and provides independent agency broker-dealer services.
Clearpool’s Algorithmic Management System (AMS) is transforming electronic trading with a fully customizable suite of algorithmic trading tools, offering total visibility and control from strategy to execution. We’re passionate about working together to make the markets more transparent and helping our clients effectively source liquidity and achieve best ex.
Clearpool's development team is looking for a talented Core Java Developer to join our efforts to develop the Clearpool Execution system. You'll be joining a lean, intelligent, and driven team where everyone plays an essential role. You'll be working on software that is critical to our day-to-day business operations such as real time risk checks, real time analytics, compliance, clearing, GUI development, market data feed handlers, all efforts related to latency reduction, and migrating systems into the cloud. Our developers are exposed to and gain full knowledge of how an electronic trading system operates. Experience in financial services is not necessary, but a passion to learn and be better every day is a must.
You love technology. We love technology & finance. Want to create some Fin-Tech together?
We are on a mission to create advanced trading technologies and deliver the highest quality of service to our partners. We work hard, we laugh a lot, we learn from each other, we challenge each other and we agree to disagree. But at the end of the close we know we’ve done our best to make the markets more transparent, effectively sourced liquidity for our clients, and helped them achieve the best execution.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.