Fintern Fever Turns 5!

Tech, Finance, Business, Marketing, Creative and Admin jobs with Fintech startups

Thursday 24 May | 12.00pm - 2.30pm (formal event begins at 12.30pm sharp) | Stone & Chalk, Sydney Startup Hub

Registrations have now closed.

ABOUT THE EVENT

We’re having our 5th Fintern Fever speed-dating event.

Australia’s leading fintech hub Stone & Chalk and Ribit are hosting a speed-networking for jobs events for talented tertiary students looking for internships, casual and part-time jobs and entry-level graduate roles.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

IF YOU’RE A STUDENT...

Who has skills or a background in technology, finance, business, marketing, creative, or administration, these two hours could open up incredible new opportunities for you.

Examples of opportunities offered at past Fintern events include:

  • Junior Programmer
  • Investment Forecaster
  • Blockchain Recruit
  • Junior Product Manager
  • Applications Developer
  • Community Manager
  • Machine Learning Trainee
  • Events Manager
  • Content Creator
  • Digital Marketer
  • Actuarial
  • UX and UI Designer
  • Customer Support Liaison
  • Business Analyst
  • ... and more

You will also receive an interview skills coaching session from an industry expert and the opportunity to network with mentors from the financial technologies industry who can provide valuable advice on your future career.

IF YOU’RE AN EMPLOYER...

Who is looking for top emerging student talent from all universities and tertiary institutions in Sydney and around Australia, then don’t miss this.

Ribit sources and matches students to attend the event based on the skills and expertise that you require, with an estimated 80 - 100 students to be in attendance.

Participating employers will have the chance to formally interview students in our curated, highly efficient 70 minute speed dating session, and meet with others informally afterwards.

Our statistics show that around half of the businesses who participate in a Ribit speed-networking event find students for roles.

Employers from the Stone & Chalk community welcome.

HOW IT WORKS

  • 12.00PM - Students check-in, light lunch & pitch-coaching workshops
  • 12.15PM - Employers check-in & light lunch
  • 12.30PM - Welcome and How it works
  • 12.45PM - Employers and Mentors give a 30-second pitch to students
  • 13.00PM - Speed networking begins - 12 x 5 minute rounds
  • 14.00PM - Informal networking continues
  • 14.30PM - Event ends

COST

Students: Free, however registration and profile completion on Ribit is a pre-requisite.

Employers: $35.

This covers the pre-matching of students, event curation and production of employer and student collateral. Our events are carefully optimised to create an efficient and productive dynamic and providing a quality experience for event attendees.

PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS

This event is open to students from all universities, accredited businesses, industry colleges and TAFE.

EVENT PARTNER

Stone and Chalk

Register as:

Student or Employer

PARTICIPATING EMPLOYERS

Allen Legal

  • Paralegals
  • Legal interns

ALOKI TUTORING

  • React Native Developer
  • Marketing Extraordinaire

Arctic Intelligence (Financial Crimes Solutions)

  • Digital marketing & brand consultancy
  • Business & test analysts

BlueTemple

  • Marketing and Product Strategy - social media marketing, product features analysis and customer market research.
  • Full Stack Developer for Web Development - developing front end and back end of the web app product.

Certainty Compliance

  • We are open to smart, curious, resilient, data friendly, quality people with a bias for working with others to get things done well. Open to all disciplines.

Data Republic

  • Interns who want to join an agile start up in the exciting space of data sharing! You will be assisting our development, commercial, legal, finance and people & culture departments with projects

Factor Financial Analytics

  • Allrounders in product management and process re-engineering

Fintech Australia

  • Community outreach & liaison for Fintech Australia

Fundexa Corporation

  • Marketing Skills
  • Technical Skills

Insight Data Solutions

  • Data scientists and functional programmers who are interested in working with property databases and back-end systems.

Jelix Ventures

  • Community development, digital marketing, marketing strategy... all things marketing.

Macrovue

  • Operations, Investment Research and Marketing

Mafematica

  • Development of forecasting algorithms in Python and their translation into a user-centred web-environment. You get the learn a lot about the superannuation industry.

Open Sparkz

  • Technical Skills
  • Marketing Skills

Protecht

  • Business Intelligence Developer to join the BI and Analytics team.

Reinventure

  • Investment Intern

Skybuys

  • We are looking for graduates and students with an interest and completed courses in marketing and business development to help us promote the SkyBuys app globally in 2019 following an internship with us this year.

Success.ly

  • Mobile app UI design & dev
  • Machine learning & robo-vocalisation
  • AI Bot programmer dev
  • Social media and marcomms

Threat Intelligence Pty Ltd

  • Junior Python devs for threat intelligence

TradeLedger

  • Junior engineers in B2B software working in latest cool tech including AI, ML, Groovy, Grails, React AWS and more…

Vertex Technologies Pty Ltd

  • Marketing - Digital
  • Programmer

We Are Musketeers

  • Visual communication student

WordFlow

  • Marketing and technical skills

XCredits

  • Devs who want to learn water tight Javascript & Typescript in a MEAN stack environment

SEE THE PAST FINTERN FEVER VIDEO

Fintern Fever 3 video

TESTIMONIALS

“Uni courses don’t teach people how to develop the language people use in the real world, and how to work in a product environment...I’ve learnt a lot on the job.”

- Sajid Ibne Anower, UNSW (TapView Intern)

“The event was eye-opening and a great motivator to get started in the startup industry”

- Marsha deSouza, WSU

“I would 100% recommend Ribit to people because then they can be exposed to so many companies that they wouldn’t even know were there.”

- Supriti Pradhan, UNSW

“I met a lot of fintech talent! At least 3 growth hackers and hustlers who are important for thinking outside the box and who have fresh ideas.”

- Ranin Mendis, Co-Founder, LoanDolphin

“Having access to thousands of student profiles from multiple universities on the one platform was a huge plus as it saved us from having to approach each university individually. Not only was it easy to post a job, but also to review and shortlist candidates.”

- Bosco Tan, COO, Pocketbook

“Working with the Ribit platform and team has been fantastic. For people who complain about the current generation, they are not looking hard enough. I have been able to build a brilliant team of young people with the help of Ribit, with 50% of the NoiseNet team having come through RIbit.”

- Stuart Clough, CEO, NoiseNet