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2 days ago

Specialist Developer - Oracle – new

BNY Mellon Everett, MA +2 locations

Oracle Specialist Developer->> Provides application software development services or technical support in situations of moderate complexity. Has… BNY Mellon


2 days ago

Lead Appl Support Analyst – new

BNY Mellon Everett, MA +2 locations

OnCore Lead Appl Support Specialist - Provides application software support services or technical support in more complex situations. Maintains and… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Alternative Investment Services Partnership Accounting Sr. Analyst

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Alternative Investment Services - Fund Valuation Sr. Specialist - 2nd shift

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Fund Valuation Sr. Specialist - 2nd shift

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Alternative Investment Services - Reconciliations Analyst

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Alternative Investments Investor Services Analyst

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Corp Actions Glbl Cust Spclst

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Sr Specialist - Eagle Ops

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


6 days ago

Lead Product Development Analyst

BNY Mellon Everett, MA

For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors… BNY Mellon


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    Last resort for finance. Senior Accounting and Reporting Specialist.

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    Former Employee - Senior Accounting and Reporting Specialist in Everett, MA
    Former Employee - Senior Accounting and Reporting Specialist in Everett, MA

    I worked at BNY Mellon full-time (More than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Once you know what you are doing, you are basically on cruise control. Assuming you are capable supervisors leave you to it. Later start to the day if you are not a morning person. This actually helped when scheduling interviews without taking vacation time as well. Accounting, whIch I did not taking in college, got a bit better. However, a week reading accounting info online would have yielded better return. Were hiring new grads in the depths of the recession.

    Cons

    If you graduated from a half decent school and know how to operate basic functionality of excel, then you are instantly overqualified for this role. They ask you all these questions during the interview about experience and capabilities, but everything is on a checklist and after some poor training classes you get to figuring it out quickly. During my interview I was told I would learn a lot about the markets in this role. What BS! This job at its core is data entry of financial based information. Take data point here, put it there. After a while you can do it all by muscle memory with bare minimal thinking. I actually regressed in knowledge after graduation. A bunch of artificial stress. Deadlines in the morning, then nothing midday before a made rush at end of day before waiting for your checklist to be signed off on. Get it from a risk perspective, but waiting 20 minutes to get a signature everynight...Stress, boredom, stress spin cycle. Terrible pay. Turnover churn. In the depths of the recession starting pay was not great, but better than nothing; these days it would be a joke. Always sending us emails about how great our department and the company was doing, and I know our department was a revenue driver. Raises are not merit based and well below inflation, so that guy who slacks off and gets the easy work because they don't trust him while bust your ass? If same level, same raise. They throw the occasionally event with drink and food to make up for no bonuses, like two drink tickets and some finger food makes up for that? BNY Mellon upper management has some of the best comp in the industry, but don't worry you get to wear a Red Sox shirt every now instead of $$$. They make ZERO effort to develop you in any way. After some basis classes to teach you their ancient mainframe system, you're done. So you skills consist of account specific knowledge on a department specific system. Even if you want to switch out of the department to another within BNY, an external candidate will be more qualified than you. After realizing I was going to be pigeon holed to this department with no growth prospects I bailed as fast as possible. They actually managed to hire quite a lot of skilled people during the recession but made no effort to retain or develop it. Everyone I knew with skills were gone first chance. Nothing about this job, other than being able to say I had some finance experience, got me my next job. Next to a peanut factory. It will stink in the office constantly.

    Advice to Management

    To people looking at this role as management does care - The only reason you should take this role is if you graduated with a non business related degree, have little Excel knowledge, butbhave decided for whatever reason you want to get into finance as your first job. Use this as yohr foot in the door and holding pattern while you do your own development to work on the next job. You are filling a seat for them; they are not trying to develop you as they almost actively try to get you to move on after 2 years. Anyone else, you likely do better elsewhere.


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