Bloomberg 2018 London/Sydney Rotation Program

October 3, 2017

Bloomberg is the market leader in providing high-quality data, news and analytics to professionals in business, finance and government. With over 17,000 employees in 192 locations around the world we are a truly global organization entering new markets, launching ventures and pushing boundaries.
The transparency Bloomberg brings to the financial markets is integral to our culture, our offices and our interactions with one another. We’re measured by the quality of our contributions, not by a title. We don’t need an open-door policy- we sit in open work spaces, shoulder-to-shoulder.
In Australia and New Zealand, we need talented graduates to continue to develop our business and support our existing clients. Our unique London/Sydney Rotation Program gives you the opportunity to do just that!
We fly you over to our London office, where you’ll spend 1 to 2 years learning everything there is to know about the financial markets and our iconic Bloomberg Terminal. We then bring you back to Sydney to join our team of highly motivated relationship managers, whose role it is to lead and grow our business across the region.
You’ll be interacting with top decision makers and market players every single day, ultimately positioning the Bloomberg Terminal as the definitive business tool.
Please register to join us in our Sydney office on 18 October, 2017 to hear from our recent graduates, learn about what we look for and how to apply. This event will also give you an opportunity to take part in some training on the Bloomberg terminal and participate in an interactive quiz to apply what you learn!
This event is open to students graduating in 2018 or 2019. We look for smart, engaging, detail oriented candidates with excellent communications skills. Students from all degree disciplines are welcome to apply. All applications must be made online: by 10 October, 2017 and successful applicants will be sent formal confirmation with further event details.

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