FINBOURNE is offering four Engineering internships for 2019. This is an exciting opportunity for undergraduates or graduates to see first hand how we build capability in our LUSID platform. An internship is aimed at giving you exposure across our entire business. Although this is constantly evolving, the typical tasks you will be involved with range from helping to develop our APIs and build high performance and scalable distributed systems to helping us ensure everything we do is robust and reliable.
Technologically you will gain exposure to C# (.NET Core 2.1), NUnit, Moq, PostgreSQL, AWS, Kubernetes, Docker, Linux, Angular 6, Redis and possibly a bit of Python and even some Go! We will also provide training sessions to give you an overview of the Financial Services industry, Investments and Asset Management and further insight into our business and product.
How we will support you:
- You will be working with highly experienced developers who will provide training and mentoring for you. These individuals have spent their careers at some of the most prestigious financial technology institutions and are eager to share their experience.
- You will have a weekly meeting with your assigned mentor to receive feedback from them & to also give you the opportunity to ask additional questions off the desk.
- You will be invited to regular knowledge sharing sessions and discussions on best practice in coding and finance.
- Access to a network of colleagues who are happy to answer your questions and explain answers in detail.
What we’re looking for:
We are looking for candidates who are genuinely passionate and curious to continue learning, and those who are driven to solve tough technological problems and apply critical thinking to their work. Additionally, we are looking for candidates who display strong communication skills and who feel comfortable working in an informal, agile environment.
Ideally you will have some experience programming and be studying a STEM subject.
You will either be in your penultimate year of undergraduate studies or recently graduated. Throughout the internship you will be assessed with the view to being made a permanent job offer.