2019 EMEA Summer Internship - Market Technology

This role is part of the 2019 Global Internship Program starting in June for 10 consecutive weeks ending in August. Our award winning (WayUp Top 100) internship will give you exposure to the technology and financial industries while preparing you for a career at Nasdaq through hands on development, seminars and coaching. Each intern is given the opportunity to present their project work at the conclusion of the program. At Nasdaq, we're relentlessly reimagining the markets of today. Not by chasing the possibilities of tomorrow, but by creating them.
You are???
A self-starter with evidence of intellectual curiosity
A critical thinker who exhibits entrepreneurism and problem solving abilities
Energized by a heavy workload and tight deadlines
Able to communicate effectively in writing and verbally
Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Experienced or majoring in Computer Science, business, data analytics, communications or related field.
Market technology powers more than 100+ of the world's market infrastructure organizations, including exchanges, clearinghouses, central securities depositories and regulators, in over 50 countries with end-to-end, mission-critical technology solutions. Nasdaq's technology solutions help over 500 organizations, from buy-and sell-side financial firms, to public and private entities. Our solutions entail managing and mitigating risk, enhancing integrity and protecting their reputations with GRC, trade surveillance and risk management.
Typical Internship Roles under Market Technology:
Risk and Surveillance
Account Manager
Java Developer
Business Analyst
Nasdaq is an equal opportunity employer. We positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, color, disability, national origin, ancestry, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, veteran status, genetic information or any other status protected by applicable law.

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