Technical Systems Analyst

Do you enjoy identifying issues and inconsistencies? Does resolving technical problems to support business operations within a bank sound interesting to you? If so, you might have what it takes to join the team at RBC for the summer.

Here is what you will do:

  • Review, research and analyze business requirement documents to understand and define software and business needs
  • Review operations, systems logs and work stations to identify, track and document missing software components and packages
  • Look at historical data and information relating to installed software systems/packages to track changes, inconsistencies and issues that may have occurred over time
  • Assist in investigation and escalation to resolve computer system and software issues and identify root causes
  • Consolidate information and findings and provide updates to management in organized dashboards

In performing this role, you will:

  • Be enrolled in a post-secondary program at an Ontario college or university, preferably in a program providing some foundational technical knowledge
  • Apply your technical knowledge and investigative skills to identify, evaluate and resolve needs and issues
  • Use your knowledge of Microsoft Excel to gather, analyze and organize data
  • Have an interest in learning how to use new tools and programs and contribute to increased team effectiveness
  • Use your analytical thinking and capability to work independently to complete tasks within established timelines

Nice to have:

  • Experience with SQL queries and Microsoft Access
  • Experience working with various Windows operating systems (e.g. 7, XP OS, 2003/2008/2012
  • Experience of system management software such as System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM)

Please note: This is a co-op/internship program ONLY available to students identifying as neurodiverse. The planned start date is May 6, 2019.


Role Business Location Deadline
Technical Systems Analyst RBC Toronto  March 25, 2019 Closed

The Recruitment Process


The first step in the recruitment process is for interested candidates to register to participate in Specialisterne’s Post-secondary Employment Bridging Program. This will involve completing an online registration questionnaire. For more information and to register, click here.

Employment Discovery Workshop

The next step in the Specialisterne recruitment process is an Employment Discovery Workshop on campus. It is a hands-on, task-based experience where you will work on specific projects in a relaxed setting. It is an opportunity to learn about our approach to hiring, and for us to get to know you – what motivates you, your interests and your skills.


Students who have participated in an Employment Discovery Workshop are welcome to apply to the roles of interest. This will include completing a job application questionnaire and submitting a resume to Specialisterne. To get to the questionnaire, click on ‘Apply’ above.


Employment offers are made to the candidates with the best fit. Once accepted, the individuals will transition into their positions at the organization. Specialisterne Canada will provide support to facilitate comfortable integration and success in the new role.

Those not selected can have their profiles added to our database for consideration for other more suitable job opportunities in the future.

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