Are YOU majoring in maths, statistics, physics, computer science or information systems? Would you like a career in a fun and challenging work environment while earning a very attractive salary package?
If so, we have the event for you! SciSoc and SUITS have jointly organised a site visit day to give you the chance to check out some great companies interested in hiring people like you. This is a fantastic opportunity to get a first-hand look at what it’ll be like to work for major companies like Optiver and Commonwealth Bank.
10am – 2pm, Tuesday, 28 September 2010
Optiver HQ, 30 Grosvenor Street, Sydney (Map) Meet at 10am sharp
Special guests from Optiver will be joining us at the BBQ! Recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in Australia, Optiver offer a thriving work environment for science students majoring in mathematics, statistics, physics, computer science or information systems, where you will be challenged, rewarded, mentored and developed. Have a chat with recent USYD science graduates now working as developers and traders at Optiver to find out what it’s really like!
At the same time, you can enjoy yummy sausage sizzles with refreshing garden salads and tasty cheese fillings – for FREE if you are dressed in the smoochingly stylish 2010 SciSoc T-shirt!. As always, vegetarian-friendly options are available and extra-friendly service is guaranteed!
12:00pm-1:30pm, Wednesday, 11 August 2010
Front of Chemistry Building
Dressed in 2010 SciSoc T-shirt:FREE! Otherwise: $2 Access/$5 Non-Access
The largest careers event at the University of Sydney brings together diverse recruiters from many fields to talk directly with students about public and private sector graduate opportunities.
Come along to explore your career option and enter the Optiver Competition to WIN a travel voucher valued at $7000! Just pick up an Optiver T-shirt from the SciSoc Bookstore and wear it to the Optiver stand at the 2010 Careers Fair.
Optiver is a global leader in derivatives, shares and bonds trading on the Australian, Asian, European and US exchanges. They offer a thriving work environment for science students majoring in mathematics, statistics, physics, computer science or information systems, where you will be challenged, rewarded, mentored and developed.