Broadway Technology is a leading provider of advanced high-performance financial trading solutions. Our proprietary software platform is an open, flexible, complete solution for screen and automated trading operations of any size and complexity. We've delivered some of the world’s most advanced trading systems to premier global banks, proprietary trading groups, and hedge funds. Our software manages billions of dollars in transactions daily worldwide.
We hire developers who thrive on building the most advanced technology. We take a rapid, methodical approach to development, and we focus on creating solutions that solve our clients’ immediate needs, yet can evolve and scale as needs change.
We also believe that creating the best technology is not enough. We have a deep commitment to providing the best service and support in the industry. We partner with our customers to solve the hardest problems they face and ensure they achieve their goals. We are hands-on and solutions-oriented, and we understand that we succeed only when our customers succeed.
Broadway Technology is in a period of accelerated growth, and we're seeking the brightest minds in the industry to join us. We're looking for people who share our deep commitment to pushing the technological envelope, learning from experience, solving hard problems, getting things done right, and working together as a genuine team.
We solve the hardest problems our customers face, and our team is greater than the sum of its parts. Our new hires contribute immediately. Opportunities at Broadway are endless. We place no limit on the scope or speed of your growth.
We hire exceptional people and set them up to succeed in a culture of genuine collaboration. We value communication, open mindedness, and forward thinking. We work hard to solve the industry’s toughest problems, and we have fun doing it.
We give our employees a direct stake in the company’s success, and we count on everyone. We build solutions that transform our customers’ businesses, and we make sure our solutions always work—no matter how challenging the problems they solve.
Broadway was established by high-frequency algorithmic traders with advanced degrees in computer science, and our team has been built through highly selective recruitment from MIT, Cornell, Cal Tech, Stanford, Waterloo, and other top-tier computer science programs. We share both the vision and talent to transform an industry. Come help us push the edge of what’s possible.
We engineer some of the most advanced systems in the world, and we want the best minds in software on our team. We hire top students and graduates from exceptional schools, and we work together to solve problems others can't. If that sounds like you, we want you on our team.
I worked at Broadway Technology full-time (More than a year)
Broadway is a great company - senior management (and everyone else!) care both about the company and the employees, which creates a great place to work and a real sense of purpose. Frequent team outings, and truly flat hierarchy, and everyone will make time to help you out. People are given a lot of autonomy in their work.
Being a very entrepreneurial company, you have to take ownership of your own career path - and so if you're not proactive, it's easy to get stuck doing the same sort of project over and over.
Advice to Management
Broadway is a great company - I think that as it grows it will need more organization, but it set a high standard that I will measure everywhere I work against.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Broadway Technology (New York, NY) in September 2015.
Initial HR phone screening, followed by an online coding test with inane questions (sort this linked list), followed by a tech interview with even more questions (is this word a palindrome?). They didn't care at all what my actual skills are, and instead gave me "problem" after problem of things any real engineer would simply Google for or look up in the docs. Do I know how to sort a list? YES. Have I ever needed to re-write the standard C library? NO, not ever.