PEAK6 is a leading investment firm headquartered in Chicago. More than 20 years ago, we were one of the first firms to develop sophisticated proprietary technology in our trading business. Today, we leverage our technical ingenuity and operational ability across a number of investment areas, spanning early- to mid-stage growth capital, operational control, trading, and sports management, with an eye toward providing value to the customer. Over the years, we have built and operated several leading financial technology firms and today our team includes a digital wealth clearinghouse, an outsource provider of flood insurance, a Premier League soccer team, a value investment arm, an incubation lab, and more.

 As a member of the Recruiting team at PEAK6, you’ll have a big impact on the firm. You’ll have genuine opportunities to shape the future of our HR efforts and reinforce a growing, thriving culture.

 You’ll be responsible for:

  • Building and managing strategic relationships with the business, campus career services, relevant organizations, students and professors to build strong talent pipelines
  • Managing and building the firm’s highly visible campus recruiting programs across trading and technology. You will be responsible for driving the firm’s multiple campus recruiting programs while project managing and prioritizing
  • Partner closely with campus recruiting team to continually improve, optimize, and scale our overall campus program for the firm
  • Overseeing the strategy and execution of PEAK6 summer internship programs
  • Evaluating campus programs and activities to ensure they align with the firm’s objectives
  • Planning, managing, and facilitating recruitment events on campus
  • Facilitating internal training delivered to internal stakeholders across the firm to educate them on the PEAK6 campus recruiting process, best practices and goals, prepare them for participation in the campus recruiting effort

 You’ll gain loads of experience in this role but before you do, you should have:

  • 5+ years of campus recruiting experience
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Proven track record of leading and managing a campus recruiting program
  • Strong project management and program management skills
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of the time during peak campus recruiting season
  • Knowledge of HR systems, such as applicant tracking systems
  • Experience with analyzing and reporting data in order to identify issues & trends to drive improvement of results and find solutions

 

Motivation          Collaboration                     Curiosity

Integrity               Adaptability                        Ingenuity

 

Life at PEAK6

We want you to like coming to work so we work really hard to make your job fun and different from any other.

As a PEAK6 Senior Campus Recruiting you can enjoy:

  • Generous medical, vision and dental plans
  • Matching 401(k) programs
  • Adoption assistance & family leave
  • Sabbatical program
  • Speakers Series
  • Massage days
  • Poker tournament with a grand prize of a World Series of Poker buy in
  • Sports leagues
  • Cornhole tournaments
  • Annual PEAK6 Party
  • Yoga classes
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Lasik eye discount
  • Philanthropy events
  • Annual wellness screens and flu shots
  • Bagel Fridays/expiration lunches
  • Birthday gifts
  • Charitable matching gift program

 

 

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