Python Software Engineer - Commodities (PW)

MRINetwork, Bridgeport, CT (United States)

Category: Programming

Posted on: 20 Nov 2020


Job Description


Software Engineer - Commodities

The commodities team seeks to generate alpha through directional and relative value strategies across both physical and financial commodities markets. We evaluate opportunities in natural gas, power, crude, and refined products, and agriculture, primarily in North America and Europe.


Our advanced technology platform that allows us to quickly and deeply understand patterns within a market or product, conduct scenario analysis and improve the overall accuracy of our views.



    Partner with our trading, research and data teams to deliver custom solutions and deliver key initiativesDevelop data analytics tools and work with large datasets, including sourcing innovative and new data on an on-going basisIntegrate models into the commodities technology frameworkIntegrate data and insights into models, reports and investment processesPartner with analysts to develop scalable tools leveraging machine learning and deep learning models to solve real-world problems



    Outstanding Python development skills including packages such as pandas, numpy, statsmodels, sklearn, scipy, matplotlib, tensorflowTime series analysis, data mining skills, numerical methods and statistical tools, including PCA and regressionExperience sourcing and structuring data sets



    Experience working with distributed compute infrastructureExperience with machine learning techniques, time series analysis and econometricsExperience in Deep Learning: DNN, CNN, RNN/LSTM, GAN or other auto encoderJupyter, PyCharm and Anaconda expertiseC++Understanding of commodities products

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