Jobs of the week
1 November 2012 12:35am
GLOBAL EQUITY SALES SPECIALIST
£150k-£250k pa, plus bonus
An independent private equity house is looking for a global equities specialist. This is a high-level position and only experienced candidates need apply.
CAPITAL MARKETS INTERNAL AUDITOR
A major investment bank seeks a senior manager to join its rates and credit internal audit team. A background in capital market products is essential.
MT4 AND MT5 C++ DEVELOPER
$110k-$160k pa, plus bonus
A Silicon Valley-based company requires a talented MT4 developer, with experience of C++ and plug in development. You will need US citizenship, or a work visa.
LINUX KERNEL DEVELOPER
A high frequency hedge fund requires an experienced developer to work on critical Linux systems. The successful candidate will have an appetite for delivering complex solutions.
SENIOR OPERATIONAL TAX MANAGER
This is a newly-created position for a tax professional to assist in developing a risk-based review and assurance program, and to work on advisory projects around operational taxes.
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