SUMMER STUDENT CANDIDATE POOL – RISK MANAGEMENT – Calgary North

  Edmonton

Job Description

No other bank is doing what we do.

At BDC, we help Canada and its entrepreneurs create a prosperous, inclusive and green economy. Our mission is to help Canadian businesses thrive by providing financing, capital and advisory services. We’re devoted to Canadian entrepreneurs. We’re also dedicated to our employees. Adaptable. Inspiring. Different. There’s a reason we like to work here, and we think you’ll like it too. Join BDC and help make a difference! 

Diversity. Equity. Inclusion. They’re more than just words for BDC. These concepts are foundational to our success and to our ability to attract, retain, mobilize and develop the right talent, as well as to offer a healthy, professional and collaborative environment. We are committed to cultivating and preserving an environment where all employees can thrive, and, for over a decade, we have been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers. In recruiting for our team, we welcome the unique contributions that you can bring in terms of your education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, veteran’s status, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, beliefs, experiences, and more.

BDC WANTS TO MEET YOU!

No other bank is doing what we do.

This means that the experience you will gain with us will not only be rewarding, but also unique.

At BDC, we help Canada and its entrepreneurs create a prosperous, inclusive and green economy. Our mission is to help Canadian businesses thrive by providing financing, capital and advisory services. We are the only Canadian bank devoted exclusively to entrepreneurs, which means you will gain valuable experience, while also making an impact on the Canadian economy.

At BDC, we offer you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience that will allow you to consolidate your learning and skills, surrounded by exceptional professionals – a real catalyst for your career!

What is important to us: Diversity. Equity. Inclusion. They’re more than just words for BDC. These concepts are foundational to our success and to our ability to attract, retain, mobilize and develop the right talent, as well as to offer a healthy, professional and collaborative environment.

You wish to meet us? We want to meet you!

You must have completed a minimum of one year of university studies in a program related to your interests and be registered to continue your studies in the fall of 2022. Bilingualism is an asset (English and French).

In this exceptional context of the COVID-19 pandemic, employment will be remote or in hybrid remote/office mode, according to current government directives. The duration will be of 4 months (from May 2022 to August 2022). And, who knows? This opportunity could be the beginning of a successful career!

With us, you’ll be able to achieve the work/life balance you’re looking for, with competitive working conditions and above-market flexible benefits.This includes modern workspaces to work from when you are in our offices, and, for some specific positions, the ability to work remotely, on reserve, and/or within your community.

Important Point to Consider

Vaccination Policy for COVID-19: The health, well-being and safety of our colleagues, clients and of the community are a top priority for us. Effective November 8, 2021, BDC requires that all employees and consultants be fully vaccinated. A solemn declaration will be requested to this effect.

While we appreciate all applications, we advise that only the candidates selected to participate in the recruitment process will be contacted. If you are a candidate with a disability and need an accommodation to complete the application process, please email us at Careers@BDC.ca, and include your full name, the best way to reach you, and the accommodation needed to assist you with the application process.

Job ID: 43491614
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BANQUE DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DU CANADA
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