Castleton Commodities International LLC

  • Quantitative Developer

    Job Locations US-CT-Stamford
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Castleton Commodities International ( is hiring a Junior Quantitative Developer to join the Structured Risk/Quantitative modeling team in Stamford. This position offers significant exposure to the commercial trading teams and offer tremendous opportunity for growth.



    • Work with desks & risk group to implement valuation/ pricing models in the commodity derivatives space.
    • Work on applications in the risk suite like MPE Platform, Curve Simulation Engine, Liquidity stress reports, IR Risk hedges reports, etc.
    • Work with P&L, Operations, and IT to deploy the valuation models and reports in CCI’s platform.
    • Work with Risk Technology to incorporate the models and reports into the risk calculation platform.
    • Work on adhoc analytical risk reports on a deal/deal basis.


    • 1-3 years in a Software Development role ideally within a financial firm.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electronic/Electrical Engineering is required.
    • Strong understanding of SDLC process and methodologies.
    • Strong interest to learn the financial product knowledge.
    • Strong programing skills in one or more languages preferably Python and Java.
    • Well versed with software development in both Windows and UNIX environments.
    • Working knowledge of SQL and VBA.
    • Working knowledge of web development technologies like jQuery, Ajax, HTML5, JavaScript.
    • Working knowledge of writing shell scripts.
    • Strong analytical and quantitative skills.
    • Ability to work in a fast paced environment.

    Keywords: Full-stack development, Server-side  programming, Java, Java EE, Python, Object Oriented design/programming, UML Diagrams, MVC, RESTful webservice, SVN/Subversion, GIT, Bitbucket, Agile/Scrum Environment, Apache




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