The world’s largest trading platform is hiring, and more jobs are expected to be added as it seeks to build its workforce.
On Thursday, the company announced that it had hired 15 people, including five people from the US and two from Europe.
Joebar will hire more than 100 people in its workforce by the end of next year, the firm said.
The job posting says: “Job Description: We are looking for a dedicated software engineer, who will help develop a new product to help traders make money on the trading floor.
We are looking to bring the expertise that we have gained over the last few years to a new position.”
The company has previously hired two software engineers and two analysts.
It employs about 40,000 employees, including about 3,000 in the US.
The announcement comes a week after Joebars Chief Executive Joe Jahn said that he would step down in the coming weeks.
The company, which is headquartered in Chicago, said it will invest $1 billion over the next four years to expand its operations and hire more people, according to Reuters.
Jahn said in March that he planned to step down from the company as the company struggles to cope with a downturn in the U.S. and Europe, and has been looking for new leadership to take the reins.
The JOEBAR chief said that the company has hired at least two new analysts and two software developers in the past week.