Tastefully Done Events
DescriptionEstablished in 2009, Tastefully Done Events is an event production company serving the New Jersey/New York area. Since inception, we have hosted a variety of events including bridal and vendor showcases, singles events, charity events, fashion shows, food/drink tastings and networking events. We have been growing and plan to add a multitude of organized events to our resume!
TDE is a small business that is growing quick! It is owned/operated by a single individual, we have recently added one executive assistant and a vendor manager. We are looking for a highly motivated individual who is interested in learning more about the event planning industry.
Through TDE you have the opportunity to learn a plethora of skills especially in the fields of sales, journalism, marketing/advertising, accounting and graphic design. This particular opportunity is seeking an individual who can manage our books! We would like this individual to have a passion for accounting.
This is a flexible part-time position. The individual has the ability to work at their leisure making sure to meet each and every deadline.
To be considered for this position please write a cover letter letting us know why you'd like to intern with Tastefully Done Events. Send it with your resume to email@example.com
Please NOTE that this is an unpaid internship, this is part time, we can work with your school to gain credits there is some travel required (meetings with owner) and you have the ability to work from home/at your leisure.
ResponsibilitiesManaging debits and credits
Managing all financial transactions using excel and quick-books
Ability to meet deadlines
RequirementsMust be an accounting major, and at least a junior in college with 2-3 years of related classwork.
Experience/ability to use quick books and run monthly reports including but not limited to: aging, debits/credits, tax, month-end, AP, AR, Payroll
Additionally individual will be responsible (but not limited to) for performing budgeting, forecasting, reporting and complex analysis of plant operations.
Must be organized