At Citadel Securities, traders drive our systematic and semi-systematic trading strategies – and their own career paths. They are empowered with advanced technology and algorithms necessary to make large, complex risk decisions in real-time. Our traders immediately make an impact and contribute to the firm. Simultaneously, they collaborate and grow with the industry’s elite quantitative researchers and technologists and learn from seasoned traders. At Citadel Securities, traders develop an in-depth knowledge of complex market structure, build meaningful relationships across the firm, become experts at monitoring risks and responding to market signals, and execute state-of-the-art trading strategies.
At Citadel Securities, you’ll make an impact on day one by getting assigned to a primary team – which will enable you to gain experience in trading and research and make strides towards certifications. In addition, in select locations we offer opportunities to rotate between multiple trading desks. We want to help you discover the trading strategies and asset classes that interest you the most.
Systematic Trader – Systematic Traders are responsible for managing the core quantitative trading strategies at Citadel Securities. As a Systematic Trader, you’ll solve complex, multi-layered issues across a wide set of automated trading strategies and provide critical business, risk and trading insights to the firm. You’ll generally oversee portfolio and trading system risk of a wide variety of automated strategies and partner with the world’s elite quantitative researchers and software engineers to pioneer the future of these strategies.
Semi-Systematic Trader – Semi-Systematic Traders are risk takers who leverage a combination of quantitative techniques, market knowledge, and cutting-edge technology to make the most of market opportunities. Specifically, you’ll leverage the firm’s dynamic approach to trading to blend systematic and discretionary trading decisions based on the dynamics of the particular market you’re covering. You’ll master trading technology, counterparty management, quantitative research, and game theory aspects of a hybrid trading strategy. You’ll combine this domain experience with skills in decision-making under uncertain conditions in a fast-paced market.
Fundamental Analyst – As a Fundamental Analyst, you’ll evaluate companies’ value by relentlessly pursuing truth with a scientific approach. Accomplishing this requires synthesizing complex, diverse fundamental company information alongside big picture, macroeconomic events. With this information, you’ll form insights and translate them into options pricing models and structured options trades by using a wide range of statistical, forecasting, and fundamental analysis tools to identify prime trading opportunities.