• The intern will learn about the day-to-day accounting procedures within the Chamber, and gain practical experience in the areas of general ledger accounting, account reconciliations, maintenance of subsidiary ledgers, preparation of supporting schedules and ad hoc reports.
  • In addition to learning routine accounting procedures the intern will also be involved in special projects, including the implementation of a fixed asset tracking system and an accounting system conversion.

Specific Requirements

  • Solid understanding of generally accepted accounting principles. Ideally, the intern should have completed at least 6 credit hours of financial accounting coursework.
  • Very strong attention to detail, financial aptitude and excellent organizational skills.
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Excel are required, including the ability to run advanced functions such as Macros.  Exposure to computerized accounting systems such as Quickbooks would be a definite plus.
  • Very strong English skills are required. German language skills, while not required, would be very helpful.

Next available start date for an Accounting and Finance internship

  • June 2019

To Apply

We encourage applicants from Germany to write a cover letter in English and those from the U.S. to write a cover letter in German.  

Selection activities commence six months before the start date.

June 2019