Technology Full-time Analyst
Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm. With offices spanning 42 countries and talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do, the firm is truly global. Throughout the firm’s history, diverse and talented individuals have worked together to develop our new ideas and ground-breaking financial products.
Our Technology division partners with our business units and leading technology companies to redefine how we do business in ever more global and dynamic financial markets. Our sizeable investment in technology results in leading-edge tools, software, and systems. Our insights, applications, and infrastructure give a competitive edge to clients’ businesses—and to our own.
Depending on their technical skills, graduates attend either the Application Development or the Infrastructure Engineering track of the training programme. This 15-week global programme includes an orientation to the firm, intensive technology training and an introduction to proprietary technologies, and culminates with a four-week group project. Analysts will be pre-placed to a department within Technology and, upon completion of the training programme; they will join a technology team that best matches their skills and interests.
Graduates will meet senior leaders who will guide, coach, and advise you while making life-long friends and business connections. We make sure our newest technologists are well poised for a successful career. Analysts will work with a broad set of languages, tools and platforms that help harness the power of their creativity.
Do you have a passion for technology, an interest in data analysis, and experience with programming, maths or other related fields? We’re looking for people with excellent analytical, problem-solving and communication skills to become the next valuable member of our team.
Candidates must hold or be pursuing a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or a related technology/science/engineering discipline. Candidates must obtain a minimum 2.1 honours degree (United Kingdom) or equivalent and have experience with at least one programming language e.g. Java, C++ or C#.
Location: London & Glasgow
Start date: February or August 2019
- Sunday, 28 October 2018 (London February programme)
- Sunday, 25 November 2018 (London August programme & Glasgow programme)