#1 of 3Dropbox | New York City | Software Engineer / Site Reliability Engineer | ONSITE
We're a small team building the foundation for Dropbox's first engineering office outside San Francisco. We work on impactful projects that are essential to Dropbox's success. It's a lot of fun, and we've only just begun.
Also hiring in...
- Seattle: https://www.dropbox.com/jobs/listing/661
- Tel Aviv: https://www.dropbox.com/jobs/listing/829
#2 of 3JPMorgan Athena | NYC and London | Full Time | ONSITE
I expect you’ve heard of JPMorgan at some point, but probably aren’t familiar with Athena. We’re the bank’s in-house platform for cross-asset pricing, risk management, trade management, e-trading, etc.. There’s a core division (cleverly named “Athena Core”) of about 150 engineers which builds a platform and development libraries that are then used by over 5,000 developers throughout the bank.
The Core Analytics team currently has 8 members and is responsible for extending Athena to research teams and for reducing the gap between research and production use. To give a simplified example, our typical customer is a quant who might be attempting to create a new pricing model. Core Analytics would help him access relevant data sets, explore that data with a library of common statistical functions to, verify the new model with a back-testing framework, and then finally publish the model to production.
Python and C++ are the primary languages, but we’re open to considering exceptional developers with any background. Finance experience is certainly not required. Our two main offices are in NYC and London; we also have satellites in Tel Aviv, Tokyo, and Singapore.
Email Christine.email@example.com to apply.
#3 of 3Mountain View, Seattle, Tokyo, London, Tel Aviv, etc. Full-time (ONSITE or maybe REMOTE) Cloud Solutions Architects, Google Cloud Platform
https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=136565... (Ignore that the job listing only mentions Tokyo...)
We're building a team of senior architects for breaking down interesting customer problems, building up technical solutions that help those customers succeed, and then publishing them for the world. We're the folks building this: http://cloud.google.com/solutions
Feel free to reach out to me direct about it: firstname.lastname@example.org