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05 Feb 2015

  • Job Type: Graduate Job
  • Profession: Technology in Finance & Consultancy
  • Start Date: Unspecified
  • UCAS Points: 2015 Global Information Security Analyst Programme
  • Disciplines Recruited From: STEM or related subjects preferred

Our business

In order to maintain our competitive edge and deliver innovative, high quality and practical solutions to our global client base, we continually invest in cutting-edge technology. And to develop and retain our talented Global Technology & Operations (GT&O) team, we give our employees the support they need to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace. This includes the development of programmes that allow you to work with the latest technologies and some of the most highly regarded technologists in the industry. The global nature of our business offers you the opportunity to travel, work and interact with colleagues from around the world, supporting an expanding product range and high level of global demand.

Technology opportunities

Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s strategic vision is to deliver market-leading technology that drives our business forward. Our business-aligned technology teams develop and support the software platforms critical to that goal. These cover the full spectrum of our business including sales, trading and research applications, trade processing, risk management and portfolio management.

Global Information Security Analyst Programme

The Global Information Security (GIS) team is responsible for ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s client data, information systems and assets. The team designs cyber-security solutions to prevent unauthorised access and to detect cyber threats and incidents to Bank of America Merrill Lynch systems. Where other technical teams at the company are responsible for building and maintaining applications, this group is responsible for protecting them.

What we look for

Strong academic qualifications and quantitative skills are important for success in our analyst programmes. Equally important are initiative, strategic and creative thinking, good communication skills and a genuine interest in technology. A degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics or other related subjects is beneficial.

How to apply

All candidates must apply online via our website to be considered.


Vacancies will be open from 1 September. As assessments begin before the deadline and we recruit on a rolling basis, we strongly encourage you to submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

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