BlackRock 2019 Campus Recruitment in USA-Analyst Program 2019

BlackRock is trusted to manage more money than any other investment firm*. Our business is investing on behalf of our clients — from large institutions to parents and grandparents, teachers, nurses, doctors and people from all walks of life who entrust their savings to us.

We work only for our clients. Our promise is to give them insight into what to do with their money, providing products and services that can help them build a better financial future

Global capabilities

BlackRock has world-class capabilities designed for our clients’ greatest needs, with a comprehensive range of products and services across asset classes, geographies and investment strategies. We have expertise in every region around the world, with 135 investment teams in 30 countries sharing their best thinking in order to seek better returns.

Who we serve

Our clients come from every corner of the globe. They are governments, companies, foundations, and millions of individuals saving for retirement, their children’s educations and a better life.

Our singular focus

We’re passionate about our work and intensely focused on performing at the highest levels. To get there, we strive to out-think and out-work competitors and find the best balance of risk and return across all investment styles on behalf of our clients.

Responsibility

As a fiduciary for our clients and as public company, our focus is long-term sustainability. We aim to be a responsible corporate citizen and to take into account environmental, social and governance issues that have real and quantifiable financial impacts over the long-term for our firm and the firms in which we invest. Long-term responsibility and sustainability are integrated into our business model and shareholder value creation framework and in the way we conduct our business, serve our clients and give back to the communities in which we and our clients live and work.

Analyst Program – Americas

Americas

2019

Analyst Program

This program is for candidates in their final year of study and obtaining their bachelor’s degree or their master’s degree with less than 18 months full time work experience.

The Analyst Program is a two-year program designed to acclimate and train new hires. It also provides the foundation for core professional skills that will allow them to succeed in their roles and begin building their peer networks. The Global Analyst orientation in New York helps to build a knowledge base, prepare analysts for their role at BlackRock and create a peer network. Analysts will hear from a number of senior leaders and market experts on a variety of topics including business fundamentals, BlackRock’s culture, strategic priorities, and leadership principles.  They will participate in activities that will illustrate the importance of diversity, professionalism and what it means to be a fiduciary as well as having more role-specific training.

Important:  Candidates may apply for a maximum of two positions per year and choose alternate regions for each role. If you withdraw your application, you will not be able to submit an application for a different role.

Also, once you submit your application you will immediately be invited to submit a Virtual Cover Letter and/or take a CodeVue assessment depending on the vacancy or vacancies you apply to.  Please know, your application will not be complete until you submit your cover letter and/or CodeVue assessment so be sure to read all of the instructions when you receive the invite email.

We look forward to reviewing your application!

BlackRock is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.  We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, and other statuses protected by law. BlackRock will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the law, including any applicable fair chance law.

For CA Residents:

We recruit, hire, train, promote, pay, and administer all personnel actions without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding), sex stereotyping (including assumptions about a person’s appearance or behavior, gender roles, gender expression, or gender identity), gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, ancestry, medical condition, marital status, military or veteran status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other status protected by applicable law. We interpret these protected statuses broadly to include both the actual status and also any perceptions and assumptions made regarding these statuses.

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BlackRock 2019 Campus Recruitment FAQ:

FAQs – Americas
Application Process
When do applications open and when are they due?
Applications open – June 2018
Application deadline (BlackRock Founder Scholarship) – August 16, 8:00AM EST
Application deadline (Summer Analyst & Analyst) – September 20, 11:59PM EST
Application deadline (Software Engineering) – October 5, 11:59PM EST
How many applications can I submit?
You can apply to 1 program (i.e., Analyst Program or Summer Analyst Program), and up to two business divisions
within that program.
Can I apply to multiple regions?
You can only submit an application to one region (Americas, EMEA or APAC), however you can note an alternative
location for which you would be interested.
What happens after I submit my application and complete the virtual cover letter or coding test?
Our typical process
Our Software Engineering process
Can I update my resume/CV or other information in my application once I have submitted it?
You can update your contact details by logging into your application portal; we cannot update any other details or
documents in your application once it is submitted.
How can I see where I am in the application process?
You can log in to your application portal where you will see any updates. You will also receive email communications
if your application has been progressed to the next stage or rejected.
Will I receive feedback if my application is unsuccessful?
Unfortunately BlackRock is unable to provide feedback on your application.
If I withdraw one of my applications can I re-apply to a different one?
No, a withdrawn application still counts towards your application limit, and once you have withdrawn you cannot reapply.
Can I re-apply next year if my application has been rejected this year?
Yes, we encourage you to re-apply next year, provided that you still meet the criteria for the campus program you
are considering.
I am having technical issues accessing my application portal – who should I contact?
You can reach out to support@wcn.co.uk
Virtual Cover Letter and Coding Test
What is the virtual cover letter? (N/A for Software Engineering applicants)
The virtual cover letter is a short Q&A video recording that you must submit as part of the application process. We
will provide you with 2 questions and you will record your answers. You will have two minutes to prepare and 90
seconds to answer each question – the entire process takes less than 10 minutes. You must complete both
questions in 1 sitting within 3 days of submitting the online application in order to be considered. We review this
virtual cover letter instead of a written cover letter.
What is the coding test? (Software Engineering applicants only)
The coding test is a coding assessment that you must complete as part of the software engineering application. It
consists of 4 coding problems as well as one brief Q&A video recording, and is due within 4 days of submitting the
online application. You can complete the coding problems over the course of the four days, and should take 1-2
hours to complete. The Q&A video recording must be completed in one sitting – you will have 2 minutes to prepare
and 90 seconds to record your answer.
How can I complete the virtual cover letter or coding test?
Immediately after you submit your online application, you will receive an email with a link to complete this next step.
You will also be able to access the virtual cover letter or coding test directly from your application portal.
If I apply for two roles, will I be required to complete a virtual cover letter for both positions?
Yes, you will be required to complete a virtual cover letter for each position you have selected in your application
form.
Can I retake the virtual cover letter or coding test once I have submitted it?
Unfortunately you cannot retake the virtual cover letter or coding test once submitted.
What language should I use when completing the virtual cover letter if I apply for a role in a non-English
speaking country?
You will be required to complete the virtual cover letter in the local language of the office you are applying for (e.g.
for a Frankfurt position, you should answer the questions in German).
If I don’t complete the virtual cover letter or coding test within the deadline, will BlackRock still consider my
application?
Once you submit your application, you must complete the virtual cover letter within three days or, for software
engineering roles, the coding test within four days. Your application is incomplete if you do not submit your cover
letter / coding test within the deadline and will automatically be rejected.
If I don’t complete my virtual cover letter within the deadline, can I withdraw my application and submit
another?
No, if you did not complete your cover letter or coding test within the deadline, you cannot reapply to be
reconsidered.
I am having technical issues with my cover letter / coding test – who should I contact?
Please reach out to support@hirevue.com with any technical difficulties.
BlackRock Founders Scholarship
What is the BlackRock Founders Scholarship?
The BlackRock Founders Scholarship is an accelerated recruitment process for our Summer Analyst Program,
where candidates can opt in to be considered for a $17,500 merit award.
Am I eligible for the BlackRock Founders Scholarship?
The BlackRock Founders Scholarship is for students in their junior year of study who identify as Black, Hispanic,
Native American, LGBT or disabled.
How do I apply for the BlackRock Founders Scholarship?
Please submit an application for the Summer Analyst Program. There is a place on the application form where you
can specify if you are eligible for the BlackRock Founders Scholarship. If you are selected to interview and you
would like to be considered for the $17,500 merit award, you will also need to submit a short written response before
the end of the process.
Eligibility
Am I eligible for the Summer Analyst Program?
You are eligible for the Summer Analyst Program if you are a junior obtaining your Bachelor’s degree or a second
year student obtaining a Master’s degree with less than 18 months of relevant, full-time work experience.
Am I eligible for the Analyst Program?
You are eligible for the Analyst Program if you are a senior obtaining your Bachelor’s degree or a second year
student obtaining a Master’s degree with less than 18 months relevant, full-time work experience.
What Program am I eligible for if I have already graduated and/or if I have more than 18 months of work
experience?
If you have already graduated and/or have more than 18 months of work experience, please visit our Experienced
Professionals website. You can apply for our Analyst roles which are not part of the campus program.
What Program am I eligible for if I am currently studying towards a PhD or MBA degree?
Unfortunately PhD and MBA students are not eligible for our campus programs. We encourage you to apply for one
of our positions under the Experienced Professionals portal.
Am I eligible for the BlackRock Founders Scholarship?
You are eligible for BlackRock Founders Scholarship if you are in your junior year of study and identify as Black,
Hispanic, Native American, LGBTQ+ or disabled.
Timing of Campus Programs
When does the Summer Analyst Program take place?
This program is a 9 week internship that takes place between June-August of each year and is a pipeline for our
analyst program for the following year.
When does the Analyst Program begin?
This program starts at the end of July each year with a two-week global orientation in New York. After the
orientation, analysts will be join their teams in the local offices and receive regional and business specific training
throughout the duration of the program.
When and where does Find Your Future Forum take place?
Find Your Future Forum takes place in the spring in both our New York and San Francisco offices. Students will be
considered for the event in the location closest to their university.
Did we miss something? Feel free to contact us at campus.careers@blackrock.com and we’ll do
our best to answer your questions!

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