Network Engineer
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Jane Street

1,001-5,000 employees

Global liquidity provider and market maker using technology and
Company Overview
Jane Street is a global market maker and liquidity provider, leveraging advanced technology and quantitative analysis to trade on over 200 venues in 45 countries. The company fosters a collaborative culture, emphasizing teamwork, continuous learning, and intellectual exchange, with a focus on hiring humble, kind individuals who prioritize cooperation. With a blend of machine learning, distributed systems, and statistics, Jane Street's technology teams build robust systems that handle billions in transactions daily, making it a leader in efficient and transparent financial market operations.
Quantitative Finance
AI & Machine Learning
Data & Analytics
Financial Services

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$2.5B

Founded

2000

Headquarters

New York, New York

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

11%

1 year growth

11%

2 year growth

11%
Locations
London, UK
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
TCP/IP
Communications
Computer Networking
Customer Service
Linux/Unix
CategoriesNew
IT & Security
Requirements
  • 7+ years of experience operating and deploying network infrastructure
  • 3+ years of experience in ground-up network design
  • Experience with routing and network protocols (OSPF, BGP, PIM-SM)
  • Experience troubleshooting transport protocols (TCP/UDP)
  • Experience working with Linux and proficient in a programming language
  • Ideally experience with overlay networks (EVPN, VxLAN)
  • Eagerness to automate your workflow to increase efficiency
  • High capacity to learn; we are more interested in how you think than what you already know
  • High capacity for context switching and organising your workload
  • Clear communication skills with the ability to maintain a high degree of customer service
  • A flexible and reliable team player who enjoys working in a collaborative environment
  • Fluency in English is required