Opportunities exist in the Labs SWAT and Systems Engineering, as well as in consulting and beyond. See the individual job postings for details of the jobs, and on how to apply.
Vacancies: Senior Multi Skilled Software Engineers
Fantastic opportunities are available for skilled Software Engineers to join the Oliver Wyman Labs Systems Engineering team in our London and Berlin offices.
Graduates and Interns
We welcome fresh blood and applications from students, or those newly qualified. Lack of experience can be accommodated (and fixed) for those with the right skills and aptitude.
Vacancies: Software Engineers—All Levels
Oliver Wyman Labs is hiring Software Engineers, Data Engineers, Data Scientists, and DevOps Engineers in our Boston, New York, Dublin, London, Berlin, and Sydney offices. We are building new teams from the ground up and as such need to hire top-tier talent in several locations at all levels, from recent graduates to seasoned professionals.
Programming a word at a time
Irene Papakonstantinou wrote “ There is an improv game called one-word-at-a-time. It goes like this: two (or more) people collaboratively compose a story, each adding just one word at a time. It sounds easy, but actually humans can be pretty bad at this game! Some of the rules of improv are “be obvious” and “accept offers”. In the context… ”
Argot: a lightweight composable test framework for Go
Matthew Sackman wrote “ In a current project we’re writing a number of fairly small REST HTTP servers. There are probably going to be around 10 of these in total so I guess that makes these ‘deci-services’. As part of the testing approach, we wanted to be able to write some end-to-end tests and soak tests, and so went…”
Extending Splitwise’s currency conversion
Tom Parker wrote “ I’m rather fond of Splitwise, which is an app/website for recording money owed between multiple people. Myself and my partner use it a lot for various expenses, and it’s really useful when you’ve got many different payments, and you need to keep track over time. We’ve got one repeated payment however that’s been in US… ”
Adventures in TCP latency measurement
Ceri Storey wrote “ Recently, Google have published an article on BRR, an algorithm that explicitly measures the round-trip latency and bandwidth capacity of the link between two machines (be it in a datacenter, or a mobile phone) to avoid sending more traffic than is useful, causing queues to build up in the network that needlessly increase latency. So… ”