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Our people come from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds including finance, engineering, science, technology and the humanities. You will draw strength from a highly collaborative and intellectually stimulating environment, and you will be part of a team that helps you succeed.

 

 

“We make an unusual effort to identify and recruit the very best person for every job. Although our activities are measured in billions of dollars, we select our people one by one. In a service business, we know that without the best people, we cannot be the best firm”- Business Principle 6.

Our people are our most valuable asset and they come from all academic, ethnic and social backgrounds. We offer professionals the opportunity to work with some of the world’s most interesting challenges and influential leaders, while our team-driven culture leverages and rewards individual talent.

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In India, Goldman Sachs is committed to attracting diverse talent from across the country and we recruit into the following divisions

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Career Opportunities

Goldman Sachs believes that collaboration, teamwork and integrity creates the right environment for our people to deliver the best possible results for our clients. We look for people who we believe will thrive in this environment, prioritizing quick thinking, passion, and communication skills above specific qualifications. So whether you’re still at school, a recent graduate or have been working for a few years, if you are excited about the potential of working at Goldman Sachs, we are interested in hearing from you.

Teamwork

At Goldman Sachs we talk a lot about teamwork, but what does that actually mean? For us it means that we share responsibilities together in everything we do. For this to work our people have to be able to work flexibly and collaboratively. This creates “an inclusive” and flat organizational structure, where every point of view is valued (even from the newest intern) and ideas are weighed.

Leadership

Our unique culture is one of the things that set us apart from other firms. We expect everyone at the firm to be a contributor; not just an employee. A degree in business or finance is not necessary, but seeking out great opportunity and demonstrating responsibility is.

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I am a Student
We actively seek to recruit talented people from all academic backgrounds into our university programs and entry level positions. Ranging from one-week spring internships to full-time jobs, all our positions offer an opportunity to learn firsthand about the firm, our culture and the financial services industry.
I am a Professional
When recruiting experienced professionals, we look for people with a passion for excellence, a belief in the power of the team, integrity and leadership.

Our People

At every stage of my career, I have had the chance to contribute to and influence decisions and outcomes.

Sonia

Executive Director/Vice President

Operations Division, Bengaluru

I can explicitly define the actual impact I have made to the firm – that keeps me motivated as an Engineer.

Ronak

Associate

Technology Division, Bengaluru

Mentoring has helped me better understand the culture of the firm and provided me with role models of people who have done well.

Vidya

Managing Director

Human Capital Management Division, Bengaluru

I’ll never forget the warm welcome I got when I joined the firm as a full-time employee two years after my initial internship.

Ektaa

Associate

Human Capital Management Division, Bengaluru

Our Programs

Teach For India

Since 2014, Goldman Sachs has associated with Teach for India, a non-profit organization whose mission is to build a nationwide movement of leaders that will work to end educational inequity in India. This two year fellowship program places outstanding college graduates and professionals in under-resourced schools as full time teachers. Following the fellowship the individual joins the firm as a fulltime employee.

The Returnship Program

The Goldman Sachs Returnship® program is designed for women who are rejoining the workforce after an absence of two or more years. This paid, 12 week program, launched in 2013 in India, provides individuals with an opportunity to strengthen their technical skills, explore a new career path and assess their ability to transition back into the workforce on a full-time basis. Following the Returnship, the program provides opportunities to explore joining the firm as a fulltime employee.

The Armed Forces Integration Program

Launched in 2014 in India, the 12-week Goldman Sachs Armed Forces Integration Program (AFIP) provides officers joining the workforce after serving in the armed forces with an opportunity to develop their professional skills, strengthen their understanding of financial services and prepare for future careers in the industry.

Life at Goldman Sachs India

Goldman Sachs provides best-in-class wellness and benefits offerings to our employees. Some of the services offered to employees include:

Onsite Health Center

A high quality 24-hour onsite healthcare services is staffed by more than 30 medical practitioners, including occupational health specialists, residential physicians, critical health solutions specialists and nutritionists.

Onsite Fitness Center

A world-class onsite fitness center is managed by Zela Health Clubs, with state-of-the-art equipment and professional trainers.

Onsite Children’s Center and Maternity Management Program

The onsite Children’s Center provides employees with access to full-time and back-up child care. The center is a Goldman Sachs dedicated facility that offers facilities for children ages four months to four years and is managed by our global child care partner, Bright Horizons.

The Maternity Management program offers a comprehensive collection of resources and services that support expecting and new mothers. Services offered include dedicated parent resource coordinator onsite, mentoring, personalized coaching, health and nutrition consultations, antenatal fitness programs, lactation consultations and manager sensitization programs.

Campus Initiatives

GS Quantify

Over 3,500 students from 25 engineering schools across India participated in the fifth annual GS Quantify engineering challenge hosted by the Goldman Sachs office in Bengaluru. The computer science, quantitative and machine learning contest featured 352 teams of students competing to provide solutions to real-world quantitative finance and analytics problems.

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Women Emerging in Finance

As part of Goldman Sachs’ ongoing commitment to diversity, the Women Emerging in Finance initiative’s goal is to inspire and encourage more women to explore a career in the financial industry. It is geared towards women students across leading engineering and business schools in India.

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The We Build Engineering Workshops

The We Build series of workshops and information sessions are geared toward students at India’s top engineering schools. It culminates in a “Goldman Sachs We Build Coding Contest” that engages students to understand the importance of technology in the financial services industry through a coding challenge. The top teams from each campus are invited for a one-day onsite event where they present their solutions to local Goldman Sachs Technology leadership.

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Employee Affinity Networks

Employee affinity networks are open to all professionals at Goldman Sachs India and act as platforms to develop professional relationship through programs that support our firm’s diversity and inclusion.

Women India Network (WIN)

The mission of the Women’s India Network is to help the firm achieve its gender diversity goals, to enable the firm to become the employer of choice for women, and to help attract, develop and retain talented women in the workforce.

India Disability Interest Forum (IDIF)

IDIF is a forum to raise awareness and understanding of the needs, priorities and potential of people with disabilities. Our vision is to ensure that Goldman Sachs is an employer of choice for individuals with a disability and that the firm is accessible to all.

Lesbian Gay Bi-sexual and Transgender Network (LGBT)

As part of Goldman Sachs’ global commitment to diversity, the network’s mission is to advocate an inclusive work environment that respects lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender professionals, and enables them to perform to their fullest potential and contribute to the greater goals of the firm.

The India Religion and Culture Forum (IRCF)

The IRCF is focused on increasing awareness and driving engagement of employees on the diverse and multicultural environment of the firm and its impact on the workplace.

Armed Forces Interest Forum (AFIF)

The mission of the AFIF is to assist the firm in recruiting and integration processes of talent from the armed forces; enhance the firm’s outlook as employer of choice, and provide leadership on veteran affairs in India.

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Citizenship in India

Goldman Sachs and its people are committed to helping communities where we work and live – and, in places more distant – in which our ideas, people and resources can make a difference.

About Goldman Sachs in India

Goldman Sachs has been serving clients in India since the early 1990s and established an onshore presence in Mumbai, India in December 2006 following a ten-year joint venture.