Bloomberg 2019 Software Engineering Summer Internship - Hong Kong in Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Job Requisition Number: 71899

Bloomberg's global community of engineers take on some of the world’s most interesting and important technical challenges. We develop impactful solutions to complex, real-world problems. With new systems being rolled out daily, we make an immediate impact on global markets and we look for the best software engineers to build them. This is no different for our interns.

Engineering interns take ownership of their projects under the mentorship of full-time software engineers. We are looking for interns who are passionate about technology and eager to learn in our high energy, fast-paced environment.As an intern, you’ll learn more about the Bloomberg Terminal and gain a deeper understanding of technology and finance. In addition to your projects, you’ll participate in coding challenges, attend tech talks and network with other interns.

We’ll trust you to:
  • Take ownership of projects under the guidance of your mentor
  • Be a collaborative member of your team
  • Have a deep understanding of data structures and algorithms
  • Be an excellent problem solver
You’ll need to:
  • Have programming experience in C, C++, Java or Python
  • Be working towards a degree in Computer Science
  • Be available to work for 10 weeks, 40 hours per week, beginning June 21st to August 30th
  • Is a penultimate year students, graduating in 2020

We are extremely proud of our diverse and open culture, and value diversity of thought and perspective in every form. We're looking for engineers with a passion for writing reusable, efficient solutions to complex problems, who can keep an open mind and adapt to an ever-changing market landscape, collaborate and work effectively on small teams, and want to develop software that impacts thousands of power users around the world. If this sounds like you, please apply below!

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.