[Chicago-talk] Bank of America - Wall St. jobs in Atlanta, GA --- Sr. PERL and Sr. C++ Developers

Joel Limardo joel.limardo at forwardphase.com
Thu Aug 7 19:36:55 PDT 2008

When did Chi.pm become a jobs list?  Isn't this what jobs.perl.org is for?
This isn't even for jobs in Chicago.


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Of Hettinger, Michael J
Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2008 9:15 PM
To: chicago-talk at pm.org
Subject: [Chicago-talk] Bank of America - Wall St. jobs in Atlanta, GA ---
Sr. PERL and Sr. C++ Developers




Thanks for letting me share these opportunities.  If you are looking for a
warmer climate, dynamic city and a great career opportunity please review my
current active/approved openings below.


 Please note these are only for Sr. talent.   Please share with  your
qualified friends.




Michael Hettinger

VP, Executive Management Recruiter

Enterprise Global Quantitative Staffing

Bank of America


 <mailto:michael.hettinger at bankofamerica.com>
michael.hettinger at bankofamerica.com

 <http://www.bankofamerica.com/careers> http://www.bankofamerica.com/careers



Senior Perl/Database Developer


The Corporate Investments Group at Bank of America is looking for a
Perl/Database developer to join our team in Atlanta, GA. The Corporate
Investments Group (CIG) manages a discretionary mortgage portfolio of
approximately $400 billion and a balance sheet of $1.5 trillion. The
Quantitative wing of CIG is responsible for model development,
implementation, and reporting. We are a Linux shop. We write all our own
code using predominantly Perl and C++. We use pvm for parallel computing. We
run a nightly production system and respond to a variety of short-term
requests. We have needs ranging from database development to web development
to large-scale module design and implementation to end-user support to
analysis and troubleshooting of existing systems. We place a big emphasis on
doing the right thing the first time and are looking for motivated,
independent people who feel the same way.




Desired skills: 

- degree in a quantitative field (Math, Finance, Engineering) 

- familiarity with source control using SVN and/or CVS 

- experience with parallel computing via pvm or mpi 

- Linux systems administration experience (RedHat Enterprise) 

- Database administration 



- C++ 

- Ruby (on Rails) 

- experience with Mac use and administration



Sr. C++ Developer for Reverse Mortgage


Bank of America's Corporate Investments Group is seeking a highly skilled Sr
C++ Developer to join our quantitative finance team in Atlanta, GA and be
responsible for programming the Reverse Mortgage product.  We are a
linux/open source shop using over 1000 linux processors to price and analyze
over $400 billion in mortgages and other fixed income investments with our
C++ and Perl models. Our work is fast-paced and intellectually challenging,
and we interact daily with traders, mathematicians, and senior bank
management to improve our models and adapt to changing market needs. We have
a fun atmosphere with casual dress, daily chess puzzles, and unlimited
opportunities to learn finance as well as to challenge your technical
skills. No knowledge of finance is necessary for this position, but
willingness and aptitude for learning is required.


Required Skills:

*	Superior programming skills in C++  
*	3 - 7+ years of C++ experience 
*	Experience with the design of object-oriented C++ classes 
*	Significant experience in industry-quality C++ projects or
equivalent open source contributions 
*	Candidates must be able to pass advanced C++ programming tests 
*	STL experience is required 
*	Unix or Linux experience 
*	Ability to work in a time sensitive, market driven environment 
*	Strong attention to detail

Desired Skills:

*	Familiarity with source-code control using SVN 
*	Familiarity with boost 
*	Experience with parallel computing using PVM or MPI 
*	Strong mathematical skills, especially coursework or experience in
financial theory, economics, statistics, derivatives pricing, or stochastic






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