14 February 2021

Invictus Capital Graduates Programme 2021

 Description: Invictus Capital is seeking to recruit software development graduates to develop best-in-class infrastructure to support our algorithmic trading desk. 

Our desk currently trades R4bn a month across some of the largest exchanges in the cryptocurrency sector including Binance, FTX, Bitfinex etc. 

We are looking for students who have an Honours or Masters degree in Computer Science / Mathematics / Statistics / Engineering and have experience coding in Python or Java.

If you have an interest in algorithmic trading, finance or trading then this opportunity is for you.


At Invictus Capital, we believe that blockchain technology will radically transform the future of asset management to the benefit of investors globally. 

We are pioneers in the space, having created a secure management and distribution platform that significantly improves costs and transparency. We have grown to a team of 30+ with over R1bn under management, and our platform is supported by over 18,000 investors from 150 countries.

The experience on the trading desk includes:

  • First-hand experience building trading infrastructure including execution and risk engines
  • Hands-on experience developing the logic for algorithmic strategies in both spot and derivatives markets
  • A first principles approach to creating and managing a trading risk framework
  • Creating pricing models for instruments such as forward contracts and options
  • Research and backtesting of viable trading strategies
  • Access to bespoke crypto market knowledge and trading strategies
  • The opportunity of working with a trading team with years of experience in both traditional and cryptocurrency markets.

At Invictus we aim to be exceptional in everything that we do. We’re looking to grow the Invictus family – someone who is driven, results orientated, and has a genuine interest in Capital Markets.

Email your CV and cover letter to careers@invictuscapital.com.

Invictus Capital will only respond to shortlisted candidates.

Candidates who have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date can consider their applications to be unsuccessful.