Jonathan Sisto ’06 is eager to interview MiddKids for this role! Apply here!
Credit Suisse seeks an analyst and/or associate-level Energy, Industrials, & Materials Sector Specialist to join the Firm’s Institutional Sales Team in New York City. Highly motivated, diligent, detail-oriented, team players are encouraged to apply. This client-facing role offers high visibility both internally and externally, and will specialize in the Energy, Industrials, & Materials sector stocks and work closely with Equity Research, Trading, Sales, Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets and is an important part of Credit Suisse’s client focused strategy. The role will report into the senior Energy, Industrials, & Materials Sector Specialist and then up into the Head of U.S. Institutional Sales.
- You will be in a pivotal role working closely with Equity Research, Trading, Sales, Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets. Each department relies daily on the Specialist for current themes, sentiment and content.
- You will have a lot of flexibility in how you approach the role given all of the partners you interact with on a daily basis.
- You will have access to top clients of the firm with the ability gain insights into investor sentiment and feedback.
- You will analyze industry macro trends and company specific catalysts to help drive sales efforts
- You will produce daily content on the factors driving stocks in the Energy, Industrials, & Materials sectors for investors, the CS trading desk, Research, and the firm’s global sales force.
- You will monitor up-to-date information, business/trade publications, financial filings and other sources to gather/synthesize/interpret data on companies for the benefit of clients.
- Less than 3 years relevant experience in the Energy, Industrials, & Materials Sectors via equity research or investment banking
- Knowledge of the Energy, Industrials, & Materials sectors and relevant metrics would be additive
- Working knowledge of Bloomberg and ability to understand basic financial statements
- Excellent communications and sales skills
- You are ambitious and commercial
- You have the ability to work independently and as part of a team
- You are able to multi-task with excellent attention to detail.
- Proven leadership abilities
- Successful completion of Series 7 & 63 will be required shortly after employment begins
An alum of Middlebury College and Tuck Business School has provided funding to the Tuck Bridge Program to offer two full scholarships (tuition, room, and board) to Middlebury students this summer session http://bridge.tuck.dartmouth.edu/. One scholarship has been awarded, another is still available for Session 2 (July 8-31). If you’re available for this summer, please contact Tuck asap via this e-mail TuckBridge@dartmouth.edu and explain that you are a Middlebury student inquiring about the scholarship and expedited application process. There are only a few spots left, so you MUST to move quickly. Strong preference will be given to first-gen students and those with demonstrated financial need.
Georgetown University Law Center’s O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law is seeking a Program Coordinator to support the Institute’s Global Health Policy & Governance and Healthy Families Initiatives.
These initiatives are engaged in advancing human rights and public health through research, policy tracking, litigation support, and capacity building, working with partners primarily in Africa and Latin America. The position will be responsible for assisting with day-to-day operations of both Initiatives and enabling smooth functioning of their respective administrative and programmatic needs.
See full details and apply here.
Rocket Software is a leading global developer of software products that help corporations, government agencies and other organizations reach their technology and business goals. 1,300 Rocketeers on five continents are focused on building and delivering solutions for more than 10,000 customers and partners.
Why work at Rocket?
As you’re planning your next career move—or maybe your first career move—know that Rocket is home to innovators at every level of the software industry. When you become a Rocketeer, you become a member of the global family they call One Rocket. As part of One Rocket, they encourage you to build lasting relationships with peers, managers, and executives beginning on day one. From intern to CEO, every expert at Rocket has earned the right to be there—and every day they prove it. But being a Rocketeer means nothing without the fun t and music (sorry, what? Read all about the Rocket Band!) that comes with it.
Check out their open positions in Handshake:
- Summer Software Engineering Intern – deadline 5/13
- Summer Front End Web Developer Intern – deadline 5/20
- Customer Solutions Intern – deadline 5/27
- Tax Intern – deadline 5/27
- User Experience Design Intern – deadline 5/27
- Design Intern – deadline 5/31
- Project Management Intern – deadline 6/3
- Summer Corporate Development Intern – deadline 6/3
- Product Marketing Intern – deadline 6/3
- Business Development Representative – deadline 7/29
- Customer Solutions Engineer II – deadline 8/19
Click on the titles to view the positions in Handshake.
The Justice Collaborative is a team of legal experts, researchers, and media strategists collaborating across a collection of strategically aligned projects to advance criminal justice reform. We supply deep legal and policy expertise to organizations throughout the country to cut through the complexity and confusion of local, state, and federal laws and procedures that make up our criminal justice system. Our goal is to transform our deeply flawed criminal system so that it’s grounded in human dignity and restraint.
The Justice Volunteers , a project of The Justice Collaborative (TJC), is a volunteer task force dedicated to researching a variety of key criminal justice issues. The work done by The Justice Volunteers is incredibly valuable to TJC’s goal of holding elected officials in the criminal justice
system accountable, advocating for reform-minded policies across the country, and researching and amplifying important local issues related to criminal justice reform.
The College Student Research Team will work remotely and be primarily supervised by Molly Bernstein. Almost all of this work is done online and is designed to be as flexible as possible to allow team members to work whenever their schedule permits. However, it is expected that members will work at least 3 hours per week.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested students should submit their resume and a cover letter to Molly Bernstein at email@example.com with the subject line “College Student Research Team Applicant.” In the cover letter, applicants should be sure to note which element(s) of the TJC Blueprint most align with their interests and/or past experiences.
As a program designed to maximize flexibility, we encourage applicants to apply as ongoing members of the College Student Research Team; however, students are welcome to apply more specifically for a summer, semester, or year-long position and should indicate their preferred time frame in the application’s cover letter.
Here is a late breaking opportunity if you’re still looking for something interesting to do this summer!
Under the guidance from the Director of Middlebury in DC and the Executive Director of the Washington, DC, office of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), the intern will help with event management and logistical support for programs held in the Washington, DC, office organized by Middlebury College, Middlebury Institute of International Studies, and CNS staff. There will also be opportunities to conduct research and write timely analyses and other publications related to CNS’s work on weapons of mass destruction issues.Learn more about the activities of the DC office here. And click HERE to apply!!