Goldman Sachs is a world leader in developing quantitative and technological solutions to complex business problems. 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.
This is an 11 week program designed to fully immerse you in the day-today activities of one of our divisions. The program starts with a one-day orientation where you'll learn about our culture, as well as the benefits and responsibilities of being a member of Goldman Sachs. You will also receive division-specific training designed to help you succeed in your division.
After training, you will receive real responsibilities to give you a sense of what you would be doing, day to day, as a full-time Goldman Sachs employee. Along with fellow interns, you will work alongside leaders within our industry. Successful Summer Analysts may be invited back to join our New Analyst program in a full time position.
Summer Analysts in the Engineering division in Australia will typically work in either Software Engineering or Financial Modelling.
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:
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The summer analyst role is for candidates currently in their penultimate year of a Bachelors or Master's degree (excluding MBA courses).
We are interested in applicants who possess the following computer science skills:
To apply, click the Apply link. If you're interested in more than one division or location, you can let us know a maximum of three combinations. The divisional options are determined by the location you select; if you don't see the division you're interested in, consider choosing an alternate location. Please ensure you select 2020 recruiting year to be considered for this summer.