DeGroote Trading Centre’s Floor Coordinator Job Openings

| August 10, 2021
Submitted by Samuel Buddy Wiseman-Barker for Gould Trading Floor
This message does not apply to part-time students.

The DeGroote Trading Floor is preparing to open for the Fall and needs new trading floor coordinators!

Are you the ideal candidate? 

We are looking for a highly driven and self-motivated individual with a genuine interest in Finance and who has strong organizational, communication, and analytical skills. You will be dependable and able to handle a variety of tasks in a very precise and accurate manner.

You should also have:

  • Completed 12 hours of the Volunteer Internship Program (VIP)
  • Exceptional leadership and presentation skills
  • Working towards a McMaster degree
    • Students from all faculties are encouraged to apply

Among your Responsibilities

  • Supervise the trading centres and assist fellow students with research and other inquiries
  • Work on publishing the DeGroote Trading Centers (DTC) newsletter, DeGroote MarketWatch (DMW)
  • Co-organize events at the DTC including the Trader in Residence speaker series
  • Ready to conduct presentations and seminars at the DTC, topics range from software applications to trading simulations

If you are interested, please submit a hard copy of your resume, cover letter, and a photocopy of your completed 20 hours of VIP sheet to the Gould Trading Floor (DSB 122A). You can also email these three requirements to in one PDF document.

The application deadline is Friday, August 30 for the Fall semester.

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