Software Developer Openings at QRM
Quantitative Risk Management (QRM) is the world’s premier enterprise risk management consulting firm. We
develop industry-leading risk management principles, practices, and models, and provide clients with the advice,
knowledge, and tools necessary to adopt those innovations, thus increasing risk-adjusted returns. For over 20
years, QRM has partnered with clients to enhance their ability to measure risk, identify profitable opportunities, and
make sound financial decisions. We have established over 250 long-term engagements with top financial
QRM is looking for highly motivated and talented individuals to join the fast-paced software development team at
our Chicago Loop headquarters. As a Software Developer, you will create world-class financial models and systems
designed to enhance the profitability of QRM’s clients. With other top-caliber developers, you will apply test-driven
development using C#, in multiple layers, including the user interface, business domain, and data access. You will
also be responsible for maintaining existing modules and helping address client issues as necessary.
Opportunities for technical career advancement abound. QRM’s work environment facilitates continuous learning,
including in the area of finance, and supports employees eager to channel their creativity into innovative software
development. Working with the best developers, in an agile environment, will sharpen your professional skills.
We provide a highly competitive compensation and benefits package befitting our industry-leading position. No
travel is required.
To be a Software Developer, you must have a strong understanding of object-oriented analysis and design and the
software development process, solid coding and debugging skills, and a passion for contributing in a group
environment. Proficiency in an object-oriented language such as C#, Java, or C++ is essential. Knowledge of
relational databases is highly desired.
Candidates must enjoy challenges and demonstrate initiative to solve tough problems and produce results. Extra
efforts to learn new technologies and improve your financial knowledge are also expected. Strong verbal and written
communication skills are a must for working with other developers, financial analysts, and managers as a team.
A bachelor's degree is required, ideally in computer science or a related field, and a graduate degree is a plus.
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