OT: job offering in Milan

Discussion in 'Python' started by Michele Simionato, Apr 7, 2006.

  1. My current employer is looking for a senior system
    administrator/programmer with good Python
    expertise. Notice that the job is in Milan, Italy and that we do not
    consider remote work.
    You can mail your CV and/or ask questions to
    I can say this is a nice place to work ;)

    Here is the announcement.

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    Position Title
    Senior System Engineer

    The Company
    StatPro, a leader Company in the field of portfolio analytics for the
    global asset management market, is looking for a Senior Systems/Network
    Engineering Specialist, who is ready for a new challenge.

    Skills/Experience
    The ideal candidate should have Bachelor or Master Scientific degree
    and at least 5 years of experience in Linux and Microsoft Operating
    Systems as System Administrator.
    He/She will be able to manage the installation, configuration, tuning
    and troubleshooting servers (Microsoft, Linux and BSD), both for
    institutional services and for specific projects. He/She should also
    have skills in networking and previous experience with cluster
    environments on unix-like systems.
    The candidate will be asked to develop scripting procedures for
    automating common system tasks and for system and application
    monitoring purpose.
    Experience with the python programming language and relational
    databases is a plus.

    Attitude
    He/she should be a pro-active, quick-learner individual with strong
    initiative and good English communication skills.

    The offer
    The offered package is in line with the top market levels for the
    position.
    The working location is Milan.
     
    Michele Simionato, Apr 7, 2006
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  2. Michele Simionato

    Robin Becker Guest

    Michele Simionato wrote:
    .......
    real pity, I used to do portfolio analytics for Bita Plus and SBC; minimax risk
    curves were just my bag etc etc :).

    My math skills are now so degraded I have difficulty reading about conic
    programming using Nesterov's barrier functions etc etc.

    Oh well back to web scraping :(
     
    Robin Becker, Apr 7, 2006
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  3. This position is for a system administrator (we are going to setup a
    cluster Linux
    for risk computations) but very likely we will have opening for other
    positions, for
    experts in financial computations/risk analysis. So if there is
    somebody interested,
    he can write to . Pretending I am on topic, I
    will add
    that most of our sofware is in Python, whereas all the numerical
    intensive routines
    are in C++.

    Michele Simionato
     
    Michele Simionato, Apr 7, 2006
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    You've got me curious. I haven't yet located an adequate
    introduction to the topic, so I'll ask *you* about the
    basics: do these (*semi*definite?) cones arise in financial
    with time the privileged dimension? Does "cone" here mean
    necessarily with a quadratic cross-section? If so, why is
    that more compelling than the simplexes of more traditional
    LP?
     
    Cameron Laird, Apr 7, 2006
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