UP FOR THE CHALLENGE
Our objective is to create a knowledge organisation where the intellectual value from research, engineering and business processes accrue to the collective benefit of clients, the firm and all stakeholders.
Our decisions are grounded by data-driven evidence and fact. We are looking for people who develop and demonstrate trust with colleagues through integrity, competence, reliability and thoughtful communications.
We have the opportunity to build a world-class operating environment and set of investment tools. Our focus is therefore on creating something strategically modern rather than making tactical improvements to a legacy operation.
BlueCove will operate in an increasingly complex regulatory environment. We understand this operating environment and the importance of compliance, trust and integrity.
We believe teams of cognitively diverse individuals with similar values create better outcomes for clients than individual efforts.
You can find out more about the team from the Our People page.
We don’t expect our interns to be experts on the fixed-income space. We do expect a level of curiosity that will drive you to learn as much as you can from us while you’re here.
Our interns will spend their time learning about fixed-income and the investment management industry. We will provide you with an introduction to scientific investing methods and their application to fixed-income markets.
Every intern will be paired with a team (are you more of a researcher, or an engineer?), and work with that team on projects. If you intern with us you will be directly contributing to BlueCove’s mission. Additionally, if there’s something you’re particularly interested in learning more about, let us know!
You’ll get the chance to present on what you’ve been working on, as well as give us feedback about your experience. We’re committed to making this experience as well-rounded as possible – in addition to making a research or engineering contribution, you will have a chance to broaden your network, experience working in London and join us for events such as our Fortnightly Colloquium and our regular social events.
All our interns are compensated at market-level salary.
We don’t have a rigorous list of requirements for eligibility, but it would be good to have a few of the following:
- Undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in physics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, or other technical/quantitative discipline
- Analytical mindset
- Ability to collaborate
- Experience with research projects
Please note that applications will close on the 27th of January 2019.