Finance & Internal Audit - 2021 Full-Time Analyst Program

Recruiter
TARGETjobs
Location
London, Edinburgh, Budapest, London;Edinburgh and Lothian;Mainland Europe
Salary
Competitive
Posted
06 Aug 2020
Closes
01 Nov 2020
Ref
1047088
Job role
Audit, Internal audit
Experience level
Entry level, Graduate scheme
BlackRock

BlackRock's purpose is to help more and more people experience financial well-being. As a global investment manager and a leading provider of financial technology, our clients - from grandparents, doctors and teachers to large institutions - turn to us for the solutions they need when planning for their most important goals. We are building a culture of innovation, curiosity and compassion, one that enables every employee to make an impact.
The Full-Time Analyst Program is a multi-year experiential journey designed to empower and support Analysts in connecting their personal passions and strengths to BlackRock's mission, principles and purpose. The program begins with an orientation to learn about our purpose, business and strategic priorities - all while gaining insights into the day-to-day life of an Analyst at BlackRock.

Following orientation, Analysts join their team and stay connected with colleagues across the globe through ongoing training and professional development. This program offers Analysts the chance to have a lasting impact on the firm and contribute to our greater collective purpose to help more and more people experience financial well-being.

Finance
Finance's mission is to be a trusted, world-class global finance organization by delivering timely, accurate and insightful financial information and analysis. The group provides thought leadership across BlackRock's control and risk management environment to improve decision making, optimize allocation of firm resources and help achieve the firm's objectives.

Internal Audit
Internal Audit's primary mission is to assure the Board of Directors and executive management that BlackRock's businesses are well managed and meet strategic, operational and risk management objectives. The team engages with senior leaders and all businesses globally to understand and advise on the risks in their business, evaluate the impact of key processes and assist in the design of standards that can improve their results.
Locations: London, Edinburgh, Budapest
Please note that for Continental European locations, you are required to speak the local language at a fluent level, with the exception of Budapest (e.g. if you are applying for a role in Frankfurt, you will be required to speak German).

Application information
Candidates should have less than 18 months of directly relevant, full-time work experience and be graduating from an undergraduate or master's degree program between January 2019 and December 2021.

Apply for our global Analyst Program via our website.
Application deadline: 13 November 2020

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