APPLICATION PROCESS (BOTH STEPS ARE REQUIRED):
1. Register with your School Career Center in order to drop your resume
2. In order to be considered, you must complete the Goldman Sachs Apply On-Line application [including GPA] at www.goldmansachs.com/careers by Sunday, January 27 at midnight. You may express interest in up to three different division combinations through this application. The division selections are determined once you select Salt Lake City as your location preference.
GOLDMAN SACHS FIRM OVERVIEW
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.
Human Capital Management (HCM) plays a critical role in managing the firm's most important asset--its people. As our Business Principles state, the quality and performance of our people is what sets us apart in an intensely competitive market. Our mission is to be a strategic business partner in maximizing Goldman Sachs' return on one of our most important assets. We do this by attracting, engaging, retaining and developing the firm's extraordinary and diverse talent. As a new analyst in HCM, you will be a part of a leading team of professionals and partner with an outstanding client base comprised of leaders in financial products and markets. Success in this role requires creativity, drive, enthusiasm and an unrelenting focus on achieving excellence.
HOW WE ARE ORGANIZED
The Human Capital Management Division is comprised of centrally and divisionally aligned teams who specialize in addressing the needs of particular client groups. HCM Teams work together to ensure Goldman Sachs attracts, develops, and retains its people.
Generalists - Business aligned HR Generalist teams work closely with divisional leadership to address on-going and strategic business issues. Each division within the firm has its own dedicated Human Capital Management team to address the needs of a particular client group.
Employee Relations is a risk management function that works to uphold the firm's business principles and policies, and safeguard the firm from legal or reputational risk relating to employment issues. The group provides strategic advice to managers and employees on a broad range of workplace issues.
GLOBAL TALENT MANAGEMENT
Global Leadership and Diversity (GLD) directs the firm's diversity strategy and translates our diversity commitments into specific actions. GLD works collaboratively with senior leadership, divisional and regional diversity committees and other HCM teams to ensure our diversity efforts are supported, coordinated and effective across the globe.
Goldman Sachs University (GSU) develops and executes development solutions to address key organizational, cultural and people issues that impact our businesses. Committed to helping our people develop personally and professionally, we offer a wide range of growth and development opportunities to all of our employees at every stage of their careers, with over 2,000 different programs offered each year. Annually, 95% of the firm's employees complete at least one GSU program.
Pine Street aims to develop world-class leadership and management skills for the firm's Partners and Managing Directors, as well as key external clients. Our distinctive approach is based on: (1) unusually close partnership with the firm's senior leaders, both for strategy and execution; (2) programs designed to deepen relationships between GS leaders and select external clients; and (3) development opportunities based on network-building and action learning. We are distinguished from Goldman Sachs University in that GSU focuses on the broader population of non-MDs and addresses areas beyond leadership development such as products and markets and professional skills.
Graduate (Campus) Recruitment helps devise and execute the firm's entry level recruiting strategy, including building and maintaining relationships, marketing the firm to selected universities, facilitating the candidate offer and on campus acceptance process, and executing summer internship programs.
Diversity Recruitment ensures we recruit a diverse group of talented individuals who reflect the communities and cultures in which we operate.
Experienced Hire Recruitment partners with our internal clients to identify, qualify and attract experienced professionals to the firm, as well as managing vendor relationship and key partnerships to identify top talent. The function acts as the primary liaison for internal mobility candidates.
The Talent Assessment Group (TAG) measures employee satisfaction, engagement, and commitment through survey work and by partnering with managers to develop their people through the firm's comprehensive performance review and feedback processes. The group also conducts data analyses to provide divisional Human Capital Management colleagues with strategic advice to drive change and to help people develop and succeed at all levels of the firm.
Talent Management Services (TMS) creates operational efficiencies within GSU, GLD, Recruiting, and Talent Assessment teams; services include reporting, financials, operations, systems, and project management. Examples include implementing a new recruiting system, establishing financial systems to accurately track detailed spend, creating data warehouses and reporting packages and designing an orientation process to streamline the on-boarding of thousands of employees.
Benefits designs, implements, and manages competitive and leading edge benefit programs including retirement savings opportunities, health care, life, and disability insurance offerings.
Compensation, Employee Special Investments and Equity Compensation drives the development and implementation of our compensation philosophy, policies, and practices around the world.
Global Mobility Services (GMS) designs and administers the firm's expatriate and domestic and international relocation program; providing employee counseling and highly specialized tax and immigration support.
Health & Wellness designs and manages services and programs to support the health, productivity and performance of our employees, including: onsite medical, fitness and childcare facilities, health advocacy services and preventative health programs.
HCM Finance helps the division to operate in a financially efficient way and provides expert financial advice to managers and project teams.
HCM Services ensures that HCM data is compliant with internal and external requirements (including legal, regulatory and compliance), manages the HCM delivery strategy for the firm, mitigates workforce risk, sources and manages contingent staffing for the firm, and manages the support and enhancement of HR WorkWays(R) to deliver best in class HR practices globally.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR
Goldman Sachs Human Capital Management recruits highly motivated graduates who can demonstrate outstanding achievements in academic and extracurricular activities. An interest in finance is also encouraged. What we do requires a strategic mindset, creativity, a determined commitment to quality and a team oriented working style. Typically, we look for people who can display the following personal qualities and attributes:
* Intellectual curiosity
* Articulate communicator
* Capacity for quantitative thought and expression
* Idea generator
* Constantly improving
* Creativity and entrepreneurial spirit
* Problem solver
* Team player
* Client-service orientated
* Interest in financial markets and product
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit your application today at www.goldmansachs.com/careers!
ALSO: submit a resume on eRecruiting
Deadline date: January 27, 2013 @11:59 PM
Goldman Sachs, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate in employment on any basis that is prohibited by federal, state or local laws.