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Finance and Accounting

Finance and Accounting interns and entry-level employees work in accounting, tax and financial forecasting within the Controller's organization, Internal Audit, Tax and/or Treasury. In addition to performing the necessary financial and transactional accounting and forecasting activities, Finance and Accounting employees participate in multidisciplinary teams that carry out the company's strategies. SGF's Finance and Accounting professionals have the opportunity to learn different skills and cross-train within different areas where the analytical skills developed can be put to good use in operational components of the business.

Projects in the Controller's organization may include but are not limited to:

  • Preparing financial and operational variance analysis for management
  • Analyzing and processing of accounting and financial data in order to prepare proper financial statement journal entries
  • Analyzing and processing of business documents

Desired major(s): Accounting

Projects in the Treasury organization may include but are not limited to:

  • Providing analytical support related to financial transactions such as internal financial reporting, covenant compliance, joint venture financial analysis, cost of capital calculations, preparation of debt maturity schedules
  • Forecasting insurance premiums for all corporate entities and special risk management projects
  • Monitoring bank activity, account balances, fund availability and managing operating cash for corporation and related entities
  • Reconciling cash book to bank balances and compiling and verifying cash movements

Desired major(s): Accounting, Finance and Business

Projects in the Auditing Organization may include but are not limited to:

  • Performing operational reviews, financial audits, regulatory and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance reviews, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act audits, vendor audits and IT Infrastructure audits
  • Working with client to identify risk areas and controls intended to mitigate those risks, assessing the controls, and developing audit procedures and performing tests to verify the controls are effective and working as intended
  • Meetings with client management to discuss concerns and working with management in developing a corrective action plan to improve controls

Desired major(s): Accounting, Finance and Management Information Systems

Internships available for: Summer, Fall and Winter/Spring

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelors and/or Masters degree
  • 3.0 minimum overall GPA

An Equal Opportunity Employer