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We give you the freedom and tools to excel in your career.

From day one, we provide the opportunity to put all your intelligence, skills, and curiosity to work.

Fast personal growth happens in a supportive environment. You’ll receive guidance from an experienced team. Because of our flat structure, you’ll even have access to the leadership team.

Current Positions

Xantium is looking for passionate, meticulous professionals with excellent analytical ability across a wide spectrum of roles. Whether you are just starting your career, looking to move from another industry into finance, or exploring the next step in your finance career, we want to hear from you.  Right now, we are excited about hiring for the following roles:

If you're interested in multiple roles, please apply to the one you feel is most relevant. We will redirect your application if a different role would be a better fit.

Quantitative Developers

At Xantium, our quantitative developers build software and frameworks that power our quantitative trading.

Examples of recent projects:

  • Providing fast market data to a trading system
  • Building an integrated research and execution framework for fast predictors
  • Creating simulation and research frameworks in a cloud environment
  • Providing a robust research framework for a new asset class

Our tech stack is a blend of Python and C++ that runs both on-prem and in the cloud.

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Quantitative Researchers

Quantitative researchers at Xantium are responsible for researching and developing mathematical models used to identify investment and trading opportunities in the global financial markets.

The process is collaborative, involving direct access to and guidance from senior quantitative portfolio managers and engineers with years of experience across all major markets. Our quantitative researchers learn a range of skills including various research techniques, how to work with different types of data, markets and asset classes.

Examples of responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing and evaluating financial and alternative datasets
  • Researching existing and developing new techniques in machine learning
  • Researching, developing and implementing quantitative trading signals/models
  • Developing and maintaining modeling infrastructure
  • Supporting production trading operations

Quantitative Researcher applicants should have a PhD (or equivalent) that involved intense mathematics or statistics. We may consider candidates without PhDs, provided they can demonstrate strong competitive math backgrounds and strong academic records.

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Junior Quantitative Volatility Trader

Quantitative volatility traders collaborate with developers and researchers to implement Xantium's derivatives trading strategies. This role requires strong mental math, Python coding skills, and market intuition.

Initially, responsibilities involve trade execution and support, as well as algo monitoring and improvement. Over time and with guidance from senior team members, quantitative volatility traders will grow to understand how volatility strategies are developed and optimized.

Applicants should have:

  • Bachelors degree (or higher) in hard sciences (e.g., mathematics, computer science, physics, engineering, etc.)
  • Strong Python coding skills
  • Working knowledge of basic options math - prior options trading experience is a plus
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