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Tibra Capital

3.6
  • 100 - 500 employees

2020 Winter Internship

Austinmer, NSW
You will assist in performing cutting edge research on the most competitive markets, designing and analysing algorithms.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Number of Vacancies
4
Salary
$6,000 inc super for 4 weeks
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
7 Apr 2020
Applications Close
30 Apr 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Graduation Results
75 - 84% WAM (Distinction)
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mathematics & Statistics
Mechanical Engineering
Engineering & Mathematics (all other)
I
Artificial Intelligence
Computer Graphics & Animation
Computer Science (all other)
Data Science
Programming & Software Engineering

Job Description

  • This is a 4-week Internship is based in Austinmer, NSW
  • Commencing early in June/July 2020 (dates flexible)
  • Basic to intermediate level programming skills in either Python or C++ mandatory
  • Competitive remuneration & attractive benefits on offer
  • Must be a penultimate or final year student

About the Role:

This role presents an excellent opportunity for penultimate or final year students to get exposure to real world derivative pricing and quantitative finance methods. You will assist in performing cutting edge research on the most competitive markets, designing and analysing algorithms, exploring financial markets structure, and contributing to the continual evolution of our quantitative trading strategies. Your coding skills will be key in building and maintaining the tools necessary for us to be successful.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the evolution and implementation of the firms trading strategies
  • Analysis of large volumes of real-world financial and price information
  • Development and Optimization of algorithms
  • Debugging and maintaining our code base

Knowledge & Skills Required:

  • Studying towards a degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Mathematics, Finance, Data Science or similar
  • Programming experience (C++, Python, C#, C or similar)
  • Basic knowledge of options pricing theory, quantitative models and probability theory
  • Be a reliable quick thinker who can work under pressure

Your Application must include:

  • Resume (include expected University graduation dates)
  • University academic transcript including current WAM/GPA (can be noted on resume)
  • Residency status (can be noted on resume) must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

Applications close: 30th April 2020

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
My role as a Quant Trader is to research, monitor and improve new and existing trading strategies.

Dean Synnott

  • Graduate stories
My role as a Quant Trader is to research, monitor and improve new and existing trading strategies.

Dean Synnott

  • Graduate stories
In my role as a quant trader, I am engaged in the trading front lines; researching, implementing and evaluating trading strategies.

Stephen Powell

  • Graduate stories
In my role as a quant trader, I am engaged in the trading front lines; researching, implementing and evaluating trading strategies.

Stephen Powell

  • Graduate stories
My role as a Quant Trader is to research, monitor and improve new and existing trading strategies.

Dean Synnott

  • Graduate stories
My role as a Quant Trader is to research, monitor and improve new and existing trading strategies.

Dean Synnott

  • Graduate stories
In my role as a quant trader, I am engaged in the trading front lines; researching, implementing and evaluating trading strategies.

Stephen Powell

  • Graduate stories
In my role as a quant trader, I am engaged in the trading front lines; researching, implementing and evaluating trading strategies.

Stephen Powell