Accounting

internship - part time, unpaid

The Taino Firm
Allentown, PA
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Posted 46 Days ago
The Taino Firm
Allentown, PA
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 46 Days ago

Description

What it takes
  • Passion for Finance or Accounting as enabling internal functions in an organization
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher preferred
  • All majors are considered, majors in finance, accounting, economics, mathematics, data analytics, or statistics preferred
  • Ability to work well independently and as a part of a high-performing team
  • Professional presence and demeanor working with colleagues and management
  • Adaptability, the ability to learn quickly and to take initiative
  • Effective communication, analytical, leadership, and problem-solving skills
  • Results oriented with the ability to lead several priorities
Special Factors
  • At this time Taino is only considering candidates that will not now, or in the future, need sponsorship or other immigration support to obtain US work authorization
  • This program is a full-time/part-time, un-paid summer internship
  • The start date for this program will be June 2019
  • Acceptance into the program is contingent upon a successful drug-screening result

Skills

accounting, management, finance, leadership, data analysis, problem solving, economics, organization, analytics, statistics, professional services, math, sponsorship, general ledger, accounts payable

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