Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree in Business, Finance, Industrial Engineering, or Financial Engineering
Graduating between December 2019 and May 2020
Minimum GPA of 3.2
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office products
Solid understanding of workflows
Knowledge of business intelligence platforms (Tableau)
Programming knowledge a plus
Adapts to change and a variety of ad hoc requests
Work well on teams
Committed to ongoing learning
Displays intellectual curiosity
Have drive to obtain on the job expertise
Ability to prioritize tasks & deliver on objectives within a given timeframe
Previous internship or work experience a plus
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 a F-1 or other student visa status, including, but not limited to, students who receive a STEM OPT extension.
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