Working side by side with the firm's trading sales and investment management professionals, our quantitative and technical professionals use their training to create financial products, advise clients on transactions, measure risk and identify market opportunities.

Candidates would be required to work on a wide range of problems, including the designing and developing sophisticated software and systems using proprietary as well as modern web, mobile, and, desktop technologies to:

  • Manage, visualize, and analyze massive sets of market and operational data used in our trading risk management, and control functions
  • Correctly and efficiently route orders for billions of dollars of securities every day
  • Allow the ability to represent, transact in and risk manage all of the firm's OTC derivative positions
  • Make use of functional programming paradigm and big data solutions to develop the firm's next generation modeling, pricing, and risk management platform

Structured and on the job training, learning from experts in their field and meaningful work that contributes directly to client solutions are some of the benefits our interns enjoy. Further, each intern is allocated a buddy to support their development during the 11 week program. Community TeamWorks and informal networking will aid you to develop your personal and professional networks.

Intern positions are based in Sydney

What we look for:

When we review applications we look for well-crafted and researched applications that clearly articulate the particular reason/s for applying to our firm and business division.

Successfully shortlisted candidates will demonstrate:

  • Strong fundamentals in distributed systems, databases
  • Design and analysis of algorithms
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Knowledge of machine learning is advantageous
  • Knowledge of finance and financial models would be an added advantage
  • Implementation of programming languages and run-time systems
  • Alignment with our values of teamwork, integrity and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritise workload and meet deadlines
  • A well-rounded background encompassing a diversity of experiences which may include, but not be limited to: co-curricular and team activities, community involvement, awards and/or study abroad
  • A strong academic transcript

Learn more about Engineering on our website.

How to apply

Applicants should ideally be in their penultimate year of study for an undergraduate or Master's degree in 2018. Candidates must be able to commit to the full 11 week duration of the program to be considered eligible.

Questions can be directed to: Please note we do not accept applications via email. They must be directed through our online application system by the application deadline.

Submit your CV, cover letter and most recent academic transcript via our online application form

  • Select 'Apply' under the 'I am a Student' section.
  • Register or Login before continuing with the application
  • Select 'Summer Internship' from the position listing
  • Recruiting year: 2019
  • Position: Summer Internship
  • Program: Summer Analyst
  • Location: Sydney
  • Division: Engineering

Please ensure all information submitted is accurate before finalising your application. No further editing is possible once the application is submitted.

You can select a maximum of 3 division and location preferences.

In your cover letter please indicate why you are interested in a Summer Internship with Goldman Sachs, and specifically, why you have selected the particular business division/s that you have applied to.