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30 days ago

Quantitative Optimization Developer

QRM Chicago, IL

QRM is looking for a Quantitative Optimization Developer to use financial mathematics techniques incl Numerical Methods, Portfolio Theory… CareerBuilder

16 days ago

Financial Engineering Analyst

QRM Chicago, IL

QRM is looking for a Financial Engineering Analyst to apply advanced financial & mathematical theories, processes, & simulation modeling methods… CareerBuilder

QRM Reviews

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Stephen Rigsbee
10 Ratings

    Good employer for software engineers in Chicago, but not for those with a national scope

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    Current Employee - Systems Developer in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Systems Developer in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at QRM full-time (more than an year)


    The working hours are very reasonable -- generally, the management makes realistic schedules. The company dominates its niche, so its product probably isn't going to vanish as it might at a startup. The software development process is quite mature, which does help you do your best work.


    Like another review stated, the organization is flat -- there is a smaller chance of advancement here than at fast-growing companies. The product features are not exactly cutting edge, mostly because their customers have been around for decades in a highly regulated industry and thus don't like changes. You may not be working on the latest and greatest technology. The management requires employees to work 45 hours per week, which is very draining for those who have hour-long commutes into Chicago.

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    Allow more employees to work in R&D and adopt new technologies at a faster pace. You need to think about disrupting your own product, because your competitors are more nimble and have less to lose in trying to eat into your market share.

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