New Grad Software Engineer - ASEF

Addepar   •  

Mountain View, CA

Industry: Business Services


Not Specified years

Posted 395 days ago

Addepar is the financial operating system that brings common sense and data-driven investing to our financial world. Addepar gives asset owners and advisors a clearer financial picture at every level, all in one place. It handles all types of assets denominated in any currency. With customizable reporting, financial advisors can visualize and communicate relevant information to anyone who needs it. Secure, scalable, and fast, Addepar is purpose-built to power the global financial system. Hundreds of single and multi-family offices, wealth advisors, large financial institutions, endowments, and foundations manage $750 billion of assets on the Addepar platform. Addepar has offices in Silicon Valley, New York, Chicago, and Salt Lake City.
ASEF, or the Addepar SoftwareEngineering Fellowship, is a fast-paced rotational program for new graduate software engineers. It will set you and a small group of highly talented peers on the path towards softwareengineeringmastery. After intensive training on different topics infinance and softwareengineering,fellows will spend two six-month long rotations on differentengineering teams. Finally, you'll participate in a matching process to determine your permanent assignment. Throughout the program, frequentevents will encourage continued learning, collaboration, and cohesiveness. By the end of theyear, you’ll be equipped with strong softwareengineering skills, extensive knowledge of thefinance industry, and a tight-knit cohort offellows – ready to disrupt the globalfinancialsystem.


    • Graduating with a B.S. in Computer Science or related technical field
    • Software engineeringinternshipexperience
    • Interest in the financial services sector
    • Ability to write readable, performant, and extensible code
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Experience with Java, Python or JavaScript is a plus.
    • Must be proficient in Java, C++, C# or similar object oriented language.