Amplify Trading is excited to launch the brand new paid Technology Apprenticeship Programme to help Computer Science and Technical students gain hands-on experience in education technology and financial industry
APPLICATIONS DEADLINE: JULY 17th
OUR PROPRIETARY TECHNOLOGY
If you have attended one of our financial markets simulations or bootcamps, you will be familiar with our simulation and assessment platform. Our technology allows us to deliver world-leading practical training to help students find their career path in finance and to disrupt the financial industry’s hiring process by driving diversity and helping them find the right talent.
THE AMPLIFY TECH TEAM
Our mission is to keep improving our platform for the benefit of Amplify Trading’s teachers, students, and institutional clients. We are inspired by Agile principles that we apply to our processes and methodologies as much as to our code. We work with a mix of open-source software and proprietary solutions on our projects.
The AMPLIFYLAB is where we create space for experimentations and prototypes natively integrated with our technical architecture. Joining as a tech intern, you will have the chance to experience a variety of roles in a cross-functional team, whilst learning different programming languages and platforms.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM AMPLIFYLAB APPRENTICESHIP?
As a tech intern at Amplify Trading, you will work as part of the Tech team where you will be able to leverage your strengths while filling the gap in the areas with which you have the least experience. The best way to explain what you might expect from this Apprenticeship is to hear it directly from someone already experiencing it. Now a final year computer science student Milandeep Bassi participated in our Summer Internship in Financial Markets in 2019. We quickly saw that he was the perfect candidate for an intern position on our Product Development side, but it didn’t take him long to show his technical skills and passion. His contribution to the Tech team has been fantastic, even if he was working with us only two days a week.