The Bloomberg Engineering Training and Documentation team provides learning opportunities to develop the technical skills of our nearly 6,00...
The Bloomberg Engineering Training and Documentation team provides learning opportunities to develop the technical skills of our nearly 6,000+ software engineers. We have a passion for technology and a love for sharing information in interactive and engaging training events.
We are looking for talented programmers who will provide support to the Engineering New Hire Training Team by grading evaluated projects and peer code reviews as well as providing feedback on areas of improvement for the entry level training programs. There may be opportunities to mentor students in design and coding skills as well. Applicants should have python coding and reviewing skills, be able to commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week, and be able to work under tight deadlines. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is working towards their master or PhD in Computer Science. For candidates with strong coding ability, this role can also be full time.
We'll trust you to:
You'll need to have:
- Become familiar with evaluated assignments built by the team
- Grade each evaluated assignment based on grading guidelines
- Keep track of evaluated assignment grading deadlines
- Communicate optimally with training class managers and team leaders about trainee assignments
- Follow team protocol and procedures for handling grading related issues
- Tackle additional development projects for the team
We'd love to see:
- 1+ year of Object Oriented Design and Development Experience
- 1+ year of proven experience with Python
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to handle multiple assigned tasks
If this sounds like you, please apply!
- Experience working in a fast pace environment
- A strong standout colleague working on a large team
- Experience using Github
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