Dear All Postgraduate Students
Greetings from WorldQuant! By way of introduction, my name is Sihan Wang and I work with recruiting team in WorldQuant. It was very nice talking to you today. I'm writing this email to introduce the job opportunity for graduates in Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology as mentioned over phone.
WorldQuant is a quantitative investment management firm founded in 2007 with over 450 employees globally. Our global team consists of researchers, portfolio managers and technologists. We employ quantification and automation to develop our trading processes, enabling us to efficiently trade today the way others will tomorrow. For more details about our company, please refer to www.WorldQuant.com<http://www.WorldQuant.com>.
We are seeking graduates with outstanding academic background to join us as Quantitative Researcher to be based in our research office in Taipei (and possibly Beijing or Shanghai as well according to business demand). The position involves the creation of computer-based models that seek to predict the movements of worldwide financial markets. Ideal field of study of candidates would be Mathematics, Computer Science/Engineering, Physics, Electrical Engineering, Financial Engineering or other highly analytical and quantitative fields. Our current employees come from different but all top universities worldwide (e.g. National University of Singapore, National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan, Peking University in mainland China, University of Hong Kong, Princeton University, Stanford, UCLA etc.). Qualified candidates will join and work with the smartest brains after graduation.
We offer competitive financial rewards relative to performance and position, fast career progression with the opportunity to be promoted to Vice President in 2 to 4 years. Our highly accomplished senior staff will provide the new hires with mentoring and guidance to help them succeed as well.
We would be very happy to bring this opportunity to graduates in Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology. We are also very interested in learning more about your fellow students - what they expect to gain from work, peak time for job hunting on campus, how they'd hope employers to approach to them, etc. etc.. I could give you a call at your convenient timeslot sometime early next week to discuss if you feel like so. Or you may also email me with any questions or anything you are interested to learn about us.
Look forward to your reply!