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2024 BNY Mellon Summer Internship Program - Chief Administration Office (CAO)

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BNY Mellon

1mo ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Manchester +1

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  • You must be enrolled in a business or technology-related undergraduate program, graduating in 2025, with leadership experience and strong communication skills, and not require visa sponsorship.
  • You will work in Chief Administration Office, gaining hands-on experience with Enterprise Change, Resiliency, and Sourcing initiatives. Gain valuable skills through challenging projects and collaboration with a dynamic team.

Summer Internship

Business, Operations & StrategyManchester, London


  • BNY Mellon offers an exciting array of future-forward careers at the intersection of business, finance, and technology. We are one of the world's top asset management and banking firms that manages trillions of dollars in assets, custody and/or administration. Known as the “bank of banks” - 97% of the world’s top banks work with us as we lead and serve our customers into the new era of digital.  
  • With over 239 years of rich history and industry firsts, BNY Mellon has been built upon our proven ability to evolve, lead, and drive new ideas at every turn. Today, we’re approximately 50,000 employees across 35 countries with a culture that empowers you to grow, take risks, experiment and be yourself. This is what #LifeAtBNYMellon is all about.  
  • We’re seeking a future team member for the role in the 2024 BNY Mellon Summer Internship Program - Chief Administration Office (CAO). 


  • Enrollment in a undergraduate degree program with a strong focus on business-related and/or technology-related majors;
  • Penultimate student, graduating in 2025.
  • Well-rounded and balanced background including demonstrated leadership abilities;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills;
  • Not require sponsorship for employment visa status (now or in the future) in the region where they apply.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Business, Operations & Strategy


  • BNY Mellon’s Summer Internship Program (SIP) provides high-potential students with a well-rounded, rewarding 10-week internship experience, as well as an inside look into what it is like to work for a global financial services organization that has been innovating and serving clients since 1784. With projects specifically chosen to both challenge and develop SIP participants, our summer interns will gain valuable real-world experiences working in CAO while learning to work together in collaborative teams and building a robust network within BNY Mellon.
  • From day one, summer interns are immersed in BNY Mellon’s innovative and dynamic company culture as they will receive:
  • Enterprise-led intern orientation program combined with ongoing executive speaker series and virtual training curriculum designed specifically for summer interns
  • Meaningful and challenging work assignments that deliver learning and skill development through practical work, mentorship, and training
  • Career development and networking support from a host of corporate leaders including internship managers, senior mentors, peer mentors, business stakeholders and a dedicated program manager
  • Exposure to different areas of business
  • Comprehensive professional etiquette and financial services fundamentals training, along with technical and business acumen development
  • Understanding of BNY Mellon’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • A collaborative and supportive community with full commitment of top-level management to deliver a premier internship/talent pipeline program within the financial services industry
  • Chief Administration Office (CAO) :
  • The Chief Administrative Office (CAO) is an enterprise function comprised of teams including Corporate Insurance, Enterprise Change, Resiliency and Sourcing Office, Global Corporate Services, Real Estate, Facilities Management and Architecture, Design and Construction Management.
  • Interns are usually placed in the Enterprise Change, Resiliency and Sourcing Office.
  • Enterprise Change Office (ECO) is comprised of program/project managers and business analysts supporting a portfolio of enterprise programs on behalf of various executive sponsors and stakeholders.
  • The Enterprise Resiliency Office (ERO) is a centralized, global function to promote and facilitate operational resiliency across the enterprise. ERO works closely with the businesses and Corporate Staff groups to drive the firm's resiliency strategy.
  • The Enterprise Sourcing Office (ESO) is a centralized, global function to manage the end-to-end interaction with and management of third-parties (external and inter-affiliate) and related activities.
  • It is an optimal time to be a part of the CAO team as we are redefining the future work and driving efficiencies across the organization to improve experiences for our clients and our employees.


Work type

Full time

Work mode



Manchester, London