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Bank of America – Summer Analyst Program!

Bank of America Merrill Lynch is looking for students to join their Summer Analyst Program!

You can help Bank of America continue to transform the way customers and clients bank with us. Our teams design, develop and implement technology applications, systems and operational processes to support our customers, clients and the bank’s employees around the world. From programming to data management, from innovation to information security, our teammates provide the tools and resources that connect capabilities across our eight lines of business. You’ll be part of an organization whose influence is felt globally, as we manage the critical systems and technology platforms needed to maintain the company’s market-leading positions in all its businesses, including deposits, payment products, consumer lending, wealth management, small business and middle-market lending, treasury services, investment banking, and sales and trading.

The Global Technology Summer Analyst Program  is a 10 week summer experience that begins with an orientation event that provides overviews of the organization, intern experience as well as networking opportunities. Following orientation, anlaysts participate in a comprehensive development program consisting of on-the-job training, ongoing structured learning curriculums, mentoring, exposure to senior leadership teams, networking and social events.

As a summer analyst, your key tasks and responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Knowledge in basic IBM Mainframe systems (e.g. transaction and database managers, message queue managers, and operating system and communication services
  • Technical skills to include basic knowledge of one or more mainframe technologies (e.g. CICS, DB2, IMS, WMQ, z/OS); as well as Job Control Language (JCL)
  • Be able to: debug JCL and make appropriate changes to execute successfully, utilize ISPF for browing, editing and managing datasets, create a catalog procedure using symbolic parameters , utilize the appropriate IBM utilities (e.g. IEBGENER, IEBCOPY) to copy or backup data, describe the different dataset organizations (e.g. sequential, partitioned, VSAM) and how/when to use.
  • Ensure that systems and applications support and conform to business needs and specifications.

For more information about the position, visit this website.