Operations 2020 Intern - Sandy, UT
More than 30 years ago, ETRADE pioneered the online brokerage industry by executing the first-ever electronic individual investor trade. While the landscape of our industry has changed dramatically, our culture of innovation and drive to make online trading accessible to everyone continues to drive us forward. We believe in challenging the status quo, fostering an environment of curiosity and learning, and, above all, putting our customers first.
Up for a challenge? Join us for our 2020 Summer Internship Program:
This intensive program is designed to provide exceptional students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience while working with our executives and their teams to help streamline business processes, strengthen controls, and enhance ETRADE's client experience. Interns attend orientation, receive training, and collaborate with their assigned teams to enhance Operations functions.
Interns are partnered with an experienced mentor for the duration of the program and also participate in Lunch & Learn seminars conducted by our leadership team. A successful internship may offer the opportunity to launch a career as an Operations Analyst upon graduation.
Our interns get their feet wet and hands dirty. Working at ETRADE is both challenging and rewarding - and we make time for fun too. If you're looking to make a difference and build your career, we hope you'll consider our 2020 Operations Internship Program.
We offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. Please visit https://www.etradecareers.com/why-work-at-etrade/employee-benefits/ to learn more about the opportunities.
ETRADE Financial is an Equal Opportunity Employer who encourages diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
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