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23 days ago

2015 Software Engineer Intern

Bloomberg L.P. New York, NY

As a Software Development Intern at Bloomberg you will explore exciting aspects of the intersection of finance and technology. The person in this… Bloomberg L.P.


26 days ago

Senior Quantitative Software Engineer

Bloomberg New York, NY

The Bloomberg Mortgage Backed Security Risk and Predictive Model team seeks a talented and motivated software developer with expertise in… Bloomberg


24 days ago

2015 Software Engineer

Bloomberg New York, NY

We are looking for software engineers who are interested in designing high… Software Engineer Training Program: our training program will prepare you to… Bloomberg


18 days ago

CMBS - Senior Software Engineer

Bloomberg New York, NY

- Design, develop and test functionality to support all aspects of the product, including collateral, model maintenance, and analytics. - Design and… Bloomberg


2 days ago

Sr NLP Software Engineer – new

Bloomberg L.P. New York, NY

Our group develops sophisticated real time systems that help create the best customer service experience possible. This includes the accurate routing… Bloomberg L.P.


16 days ago

TSCI - Experienced Messaging Software Engineer

Bloomberg New York, NY

- Proficiency in object-oriented design. - Solid understanding and experience using data structures and… Bloomberg


16 days ago

Trading Systems - Software Engineer in Test

Bloomberg New York, NY

The role will entail on developing a robust and scalable infrastructure for testing front to back order and execution management systems. The focus… Bloomberg


8 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Sales Intelligence

Bloomberg New York, NY

Several technologies will be used to help deliver on one of the most robust, extensible, and secure CRM's on the market today. This includes… Bloomberg


5 days ago

Tradebook - Clearing & Settlement Software Engineer

Bloomberg New York, NY

One of these services is the ability to clear and settle clients' trades transacted on our platform. Bloomberg Tradebook's recent initiative to… Bloomberg


2 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Bloomberg Chat Infrastructure – new

Bloomberg New York, NY

senior software engineers who are adept at working with high performance… Bloomberg


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    Former Employee - Quant Researcher  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Quant Researcher in New York, NY

    I worked at Bloomberg L.P. as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    It's great to work at a place that has free snack that are "BWELL approved", beautiful offices, and amazing story behind it. Many people are motivated and great at what they do.
    For interns, there are many interesting and fun events throughout the summer.

    Cons

    The following might have happened me somewhere else too, but it still should not happen.

     - First of all, I was the first female being in the history of my group; the HR group (all girls) was close to us. I received multiple warnings from different HRs saying that I dress in a way that draws too much attention of my male colleagues. Also, they were often rumoring about some girl saying that "Apparently, she is very smart, but...". Anytime I needed a confirmation of employment for landlords, or something like that, all of them but one could find a reason why they could not help me.
    So, if you dare to be a girl in finance / tech and look healthy, be aware that it's a crime on the eyes of HRs, because they have to do shopping online while you're coding.

    - Obviously, the problem above won't apply to everyone. The company is huge, and has multiple divisions (Research & Development, Sales & Analytics, News, etc.) that operate almost independently. So, as an any sufficiently large sample of people, you can find some parasites on the system. I don't want to give specific names and provide more specific information, because I don't want to be identified. I happened to be in a group whose boss is a good friend with the guy who takes care of financing projects. Even though our group's "project" was essentially research on previous research, 15 people were still paid to work on it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make sure that you are employing people who still are working. Also, if you care so much about making Wall Street a fair environment, make sure you are not employing people who are racist or sexist.

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