Make our commitment to innovation a platform for your future. Our Technology team changes the way we work – and often the way our industry thinks. It’s why we invest in the technology that’s right for our business. It’s also why we’ll invest so much time and effort in your development.
- Applications open in August.
What to expect
Expect innovation. After initial training on our business and industry, you’ll become an integral part of our New York-based team. You’ll take on important work in one of these areas:
- Project management - be involved in defining and delivering projects for internal and external clients
- Application development - develop and deploy software for all areas of the business
- Application management - maintain and refine our existing systems and functionality
You’ll work in a diverse technical environment across a wide range of operating systems (including Windows, Unix and Linux) on projects involving C++, Java, C#, VB, VBA, SQL, Perl, Oracle, Python, Hadoop, scripting languages, grid computing and real-time systems. New projects will come up constantly, and could include:
- Enhancing the functionality of systems and applications
- Analyzing code to find process improvements
- Writing scripts for data pulls and analysis
- Developing user interfaces for applications
- Working with business areas to understand and meet their needs
How you’ll develop
Throughout the summer, our support will help you deliver your best work. Mentors will guide you, and networking and social events will provide a fully rounded experience. Halfway through, you’ll get constructive feedback on your performance. By the time the summer’s over, you’ll have a solid understanding of our business, our culture and your potential place within it. If you perform very well and meet our hiring criteria, you could have a full-time role waiting for you after graduation.
Who thrives here
Our work is varied, so we look for skills in everything from programming, developing and systems design to network engineering, database management and project coordination. A Computer Science major is preferred, but not essential.