2017 Finance Summer Intern

Provide assistance to the Financial Analysts and Program Management Team on various Program s in support of monthly Program Reviews and EAC (Estimates at Completion).

Assist in data collection and analysis for manpower and Program forecasting.

Run cost and labor reports and perform variance analysis for the Program s as required.

Perform Ad-hoc financial modeling and analysis upon request.

Track program expenditures for IOT s (Inter-Organizational Transfers), subcontracts, material expenditures and miscellaneous tasks as required.

Participate in Program start up efforts and weekly/monthly reporting to domestic/international customer.

Be an active member of Finance team, seek ways to cross-pollinate best practices across the program segments.

Required Skills:

Candidates must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program with an emphasis in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Management, Economics or a related field

Desired Skills:

Experience with Microsoft Office-Word, Excel, Powerpoint expected.

Any database management experience (Access) very beneficial, especially any Microframe Project Manager (MPM) experience.

Raytheon uses SAP/APEX, experience not expected.

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, strong analytical skills, demonstrated initiative and leadership ability.

3.0 GPA or higher

Location(s): Tewksbury, Andover, Marlboro, Sudbury, or Woburn

Please include your transcript with your resume. You must have obtained sophomore, junior, or senior status as of summer 2016.

This position can be for a Sophmore, Junior, or Senior Internship based on the candidate s qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements for the position.

Sophmore status must have completed 60 hours of college credits towards degree and obtained Sophomore status as of Summer 2017.

Junior status must have completed 90 hours of college credits towards degree and obtained Junior status as of Summer 2017.

Senior status must have completed 120 hours of college credits towards degree and obtained Senior status as of Summer 2017.

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