Investment Data Engineer - top hedge fund

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Investment Data Engineer - top hedge fund Investment Engineer - SQL, Data Mining, Research - Skills Required - SQL, Data Mining, Research
If you are a Investment Data Engineer with experience, please read on!
We are the largest hedge fund in the world looking for someone who loves Data! You must want to dive into the story behind the data and then utilize technology to turn that raw data into the data concepts we can utilize to understand world economics. You must have experience in data research and an interest in the financial industry. You can come from a data science background, economics research, financial research or even development but your passion must be in data mining and applying technology to make that data work for you! We are looking for someone with a degree from a top tier school with 1 - 10 years of experience who focused on economics, math, statistics, physics, engineering or anything related to those fields. You will need a strong academic background, GPA of 3.5 or higher and Math SAT score of 720 and above. There is an abundance of growth in the organization with many paths from this role onward!
#### What You Need for this Position
Bachelor''s degree from a top tier school with a strong academic record, GPA 3.5 or higher. Majoring in Math, Statistics, Physics, Economics, Engineering or Computer Science or any field similar
Strong SAT scores, specifically Math 720 or higher
Experience in data mining or strong interest in data research
Strong SQL and Excel experience
Financial experience
any additional technologies around data
#### What''s In It for You
We offer an excellent compensation package with base, bonus, benefits and 401K plan and an great career path. We also Relocate!
So, if you are an Investment Data Engineer or just someone who loves Data, please apply today!
Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
Date Posted: 6/26/2014 10:00:34 AM
Job ID: RK3-1155869
Salary: Unspecified - Unspecified
Education: BS
Job Type: fulltime
Category: Research
Experience: At Least 1 Year
Locations: Norwalk, CT US

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