Intern Developer analyst - Winter 2022

Internship|Montreal|IT (Information Technology)

Intern Developer analyst - Winter 2022

Montreal, Canada Internship IT (Information Technology)

Responsibilities

4 month internship starting in January 2022

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Environment

The Information Technology Department (“ITEC”) has worldwide responsibility for supplying Global Banking and Investor Solutions (“GBIS”) various divisions with all the IT resources necessary for them to function under competitive conditions in terms of technological standards, service quality and cost. ITEC is composed of talented professionals who every day translates ideas into action by combining the strength of our expertise in IT with a deep understanding of investment banking. Our teams are ensuring that we deliver the service our businesses need to compete and serve Société Générale's clients. Our objective is to deliver great production services in a well-controlled, high quality and cost effective way, and to deliver competitive application systems that allow GBIS to grow its business in existing and new markets, launch new products and take advantage of new opportunities when they arise. ITEC is responsible for facilitating entry to new markets, compliance with regulatory needs, growth in business volumes, and operational efficiency improvements in our overall front to back processing environment.

Day-to-Day Responsibilities:

  • Responsibility includes software releases, configuration and support of all production system components and infrastructure.
  • Support, develop and maintain software applications, build systems, own related processes and deliver frequent releases with high quality.
  • Troubleshoot technical or functional issues in a complex financial environment to provide timely resolution, with various applications and platforms that are global.
  • Develop applications to automate manual operational tasks as well as build custom real-time monitoring tools and reports.
  • Extensive interaction is expected with traders, sales, supports and quants.
  • Gaining in-depth exposure to both the business and technology aspects of equity derivatives business.
  • Bring a passion to stay on top of DevOps trends, experiment with and learn new CD technologies.
  • Bring ideas to innovate stacks.

Profile required

Skills and Education 

  • Undergraduate degree or Master degree in Computer Science or related concentration
  • Energetic, self-directed and self-motivated
  • Ability to solve problems with a keen eye for details
  • A strong desire to learn and contribute solutions and ideas to the team.
  • Bilingual, French and English
  • Good analytical skills
  • Self-directed, independent and comfortable in a fast paced environments.
  • Can manage multiple tasks and use judgment to prioritize and escalate to achieve desired outcome

Desired / Plus:
•  Knowledge on Capital Market and Investment Banking Activities.

Technical Skills required :
•  Good programming background in a structured, object-oriented language (Java, C#, etc.)
•  Good knowledge of Spring framework
•  Good knowledge of Front-end languages (AngularJS, Angular, React, etc.)
•  Comfortable working on UNIX / Linux (Sysadmin, Shell Scripting, etc.) and Windows environments.
•  Good knowledge of relational databases, excellent SQL skills.
•  Understanding of the Agile and Continuous delivery.
•  Experience with one or more: Source control management systems (GIT); Dependency management tools (Maven), Unit testing (JUnit), Code quality (Sonar), Continuous integration (Jenkins, XLDeploy) Virtual container (Docker EE), Object-relational mapping (Hibernate) and Automated acceptance testing (Cucumber).


Desired / Plus: 
• Good programming background in scripting language (Bash, Python, etc.)
• Knowledge of FIX and other order/rfq/trading protocols.
• Understanding MQ Series or TIBCO middleware technologies.

Business insight

Société Générale opened its Canadian head office in Montreal in 1974 to offer its financial services to businesses, financial institutions and governments. The Toronto and Calgary offices were opened in 1978 and 2006 respectively.
Today, we employ over 400 people, both in the traditional banking sector (investment banking, funds and trading activities) and in the information technology field, with the opening of our subsidiary SG Montreal Solutions Centre, which, thanks to its geographic location and cultural diversity, provides IT support and development for the New York and Paris teams.
Interested in issues related to corporate social responsibility, such as environmental protection or local communities? 
Several resource groups for employees have been set up at Société Générale in Canada to help you get involved and flourish in the causes that matter most to you!


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We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents, regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, sexual or gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.

Reference: 21000QXI
Entity: SG CIB
Starting date: 2022/01/10
Publication date: 2021/09/02
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