Intern-Finance, Property Administration #3535
The General Dynamics Land Systems Internship Program provides an opportunity for students looking to start or continue the transition from academia into industry. Our three-month internship assignments provide compensation based on area of study and class standing, and have the students embedded in key functional areas of our business, getting real-world experience and mentorship from seasoned professionals.
This is a Summer Internship position within the Finance organization supporting Government property audits.
In this role, students will be responsible for the following:
- Establish and maintain records of Government and Company property in the Oracle Fixed Asset system.
- Loading and tagging of Government and Company property.
- Perform locator audits on Government and Company property.
- Interface with various department personnel.
- Perform scanning and uploading of asset jackets to Oracle record.
- Prepare various reports in a timely manner.
- Disposition of Government and Company property.
Requirements for the Successful candidate.
S/he will be:
- A U.S. Person as defined by ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations).
- At least 18 years of age.
- A sophomore or above currently attending college and pursuing a degree in Accounting or Finance.
- Successful in completing the vetting process administered by the Department of Army Police for unescorted facility access.
- A transcript from the educational institution will be required.
- Successful in completing the pre-employment process including a background check, medical exam, and drug screen.
- Able to complete a minimum of a 3-month assignment and work full time for the duration.
The successful candidate will possess the following:
- Very strong computer skills: proficient in Excel, MS Word, Web and have mainframe-based system skills.
- Good interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work in inclement weather, including temperature extremes.
- Ability to perform some manual labor and use hand tools.
- Candidates should have strong computer skills with ability to perform pivots, sorts, and analysis of large data sets for identification of problem areas.
Work Conditions and Environment:
This job is performed in an office and heavy manufacturing environment, some of which are tight places. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, copiers/scanners, and phones and requires walking, sitting, stooping, and bending for extended periods. It may also require climbing. Exposure to manufacturing environments containing noise, odors, temperature changes, and moving equipment.
Must apply externally on the "gdls.com" website.