2023 Early Talent Rotational Program: Technical Associate
As a Technology Associate in the Early Talent Rotational Program, you will have the opportunity to work within 1 of the concentrations and utilize academic knowledge, skills and experience to apply tactics and strategies to solve real business challenges for a mission driven organization.
Technology Associate Concentrations:
- Retirement, Marketing and Digital Client Technology
- Global Infrastructure Services
- Global Data
As part of the 2-year program, you will have the opportunity to experience:
- Up to four professional experiences on a technology team
- Unique networking opportunities and access to IT Senior Leadership
- Ongoing personal and professional development opportunities
- Immersive technical and behavioral based training utilizing technologies vital to the industry and organization
You will have the opportunity to work in exciting new technology areas including: Cyber Security, Java, .NET development, Cloud computing, Software-based infrastructure, Big Data, Tableau, Angular, JS, Python, Robotics, Automation and many more!
1. Analyst (Analytics, Systems, Quality, Business, Business Management)
Rotational Associates in this area leverage and further develop their skills in analysis and reporting, working alongside colleagues and Senior Leadership to further TIAA's understanding of structure, policies and to achieve its goals. You will directly contribute to solutions which support sound decision-making. The recommendations you provide will drive achievement of TIAA's technology goals.
Rotational Associates responsibilities in this area may include requirements gathering & documentation, financial oversight & control, portfolio management, business performance measurement, process management, and data analysis from various sources.
2. Engineer (Mobile, Web, Infrastructure, Operations, Cloud, Robotics)
Rotational Associates in this area may design, build and test various software technologies and applications programs which align with TIAA needs. Your skills would further develop as you focus your talents in providing critical support as well as efficiency and automation ideas in hardware, software, data or infrastructure components within a specific domain.
Rotational Associates in this area may also provide support with automation modernization by learning, adopting new tools, and technologies that help applications to scale up. Responsibilities in this area may also include operations support for capture & distribution, processing, quality processes and problem resolution. You would work as part of a project team, communicating progress, technical issue reporting, resolution and deployment to production of completed code.
- University (Degree) Preferred
- Graduation date between Aug 2022 and June 2023
- Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Mathematics, Data Analytics, Data Science, Cyber-Security, Engineering and/or Operations Management, and any other STEM related degree
- Technical skills:
- Python, Java, Angular, Mobile OS, networking, mainframe technologies like COBOL, CICS and MQ)
- Microsoft (C#.Net, WPF, WCF, .Net Core)
- SQL Server (T-SQL) and Oracle
- Batch and Scripting Languages / Tools (PowerShell / python / Unix shell)
- Azure Cloud deployments using Azure AD, PowerApps, AI& ML using PowerAutomate, .NET WebApps, Kubernates, Data Bricks, Azure SQL, PostGreSQL and/or MicroServices
- AWS Cloud deployments using Athena, QuickSight, Terraform, CloudTrail, Kinesis, Kubernates and Kafka
- CI/CD Pipeline using Jenkins and CloudBees
- Proficient ability to research, process information, document findings and communicate decisions and thoughts
- Internship experience is a plus
- Desire to continuously learn and stay current with technology trends
- Desire to continuously learn and implement professional development skills
- Willingness to embrace change and collaborate to foster team success
TIAA does not sponsor visas for entry-level/internship positions and, due to program format, will not hire individuals whose work eligibility is based on an F-1 or other student visa status, including, but not limited to, students who receive a STEM OPT extension.