Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are the backbone of our trading infrastructure – so we make sure all our new engineers get a thorough grounding in IMC’s hardware and how we work with it.
Over three weeks, you’ll join hardware engineers of all ages and backgrounds in a different global IMC office. There, you’ll enhance your existing skillset and apply your newfound knowledge in a real-world, IMC setting.
Week one is dedicated to developing a high-level understanding of trading and financial markets. You’ll be introduced to the work we do at IMC, including options trading, and learn about the steps involved in executing a trade. You’ll also get the inside track on our market-leading systems and strategies from the perspective of seasoned IMC traders.
During weeks two and three, you’ll learn all about our development system and flow. You’ll also be introduced to our strategies and have the chance to develop your own. Last but not least, we’ll show you how we make tradeoffs in design, and what we consider important and why.
At the end of the traineeship, you’ll return to your local office ready to hit the ground running as you continue your professional development alongside your team.
Do you have what it takes to succeed as an FPGA engineer at IMC? Take the next step – scroll down and apply for one our graduate positions.