Spectrum Intern - Finance- IT - Finance Optimization - Academic Year 2015-2016-CUL00003507

Company Name:
Genesis Global Recruiting, Inc
Spectrum Intern - Finance- IT - Finance Optimization - Academic Year 2015-2016-CUL00003507


Finance Optimization Team (FOT) includes Global Process Business Leads (PTP, RTR, OTC, etc.,) responsible for managing the Recovery, Wave transitions and supporting projects initiated by Corporate Finance business process improvements, application implementations and change management initiatives. Additionally the FOT manages project activities for Cadency Global Rollout, CCM, PPM and Service Now (GBS and SGBS KPIs) as well as Procurement related projects.
Manage a portfolio of Finance projects and also responsible for Finance Process management activities. Assist process documentation, data analysis, gathering requirements for analyzing user requirements, taking meeting notes, testing and working with our end users on coordinating end user testing and acceptance (UAT) and working with management to assist in the following areas:
Assist with project coordination activities: preparing project schedules, updating plans, collecting status reports and publishing them to stakeholders. There would also be some design documentation including Visio diagrams and training prep and delivery. The majority of the projects we manage are Finance and IT in nature.
Exposure to high level executives within the business and in IT. The main skill learned will be that of a Business Analyst, understanding Finance Processes, SDLC (software development life cycle) and project management fundamentals.
Skills required: Fast learner, problem solving skills, great communication (written and verbal), strong, outgoing personality that is comfortable with all levels within the business.
Technical skills: Microsoft suite (primarily word, powerpoint, Excel and Visio).

Please use the link below search internship opportunities, in the keywords section please input the following program code CUL00003507 continue to submit application


Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Business Development Specialist : Energy + Pro...
San Francisco, CA D3 Legal Search, LLC
Berkeley, CA Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
VP of Corporate Finance Business Services
Los Angeles, CA ExecuNet
F&I Manager / Automotive Sales / Finance Manag...
Lancaster, CA Chrysler Dealer Sales
QTC Finance Transformation Lead/ Sr. Business ...
Sunnyvale, CA I.T. Solutions
Associate, Underwriting - Real Estate Finance
Santa Monica, CA CIT Group Inc.