Jan 112019

**Role Summary:**

We’re looking for a candidate for the R2R team who can support us with our daily tasks. During the internship we’ll aim to involve the candidate in Controllership and mainly account reconciliation related activities and provide a broad picture of the team’s responsibilities.

**Essential Responsibilities:**

+ Perform admin tasks within one of the reconciliation tools used by the company

+ Perform regular reporting on account reconciliations

+ Support the teams with completing the root cause analysis and action plans within the unreconciled tracker

+ Bring process improvement ideas on the areas within your responsibility

+ Perform additional ad hoc analysis and reporting on other Controllership Metrics.


+ Ongoing studies in Finance, Accounting, Economics or similar BA/MA

+ 30-40 hours/week working availability

+ Proficient oral and written English

+ Comfortable knowledge of basic accounting principles (PnL, Balance Sheet, Subledger VS GL, Accruals, Debits/Credits, Monthly closure)

+ Strong user level MS Office skills (Excel pivots, vlookup/MS Outlook)

+ Flexibility

+ Analytical thinking

+ Ability to learn and adapt

+ Team player, communicates well

**About Us:**

GE Global Operations is GE’s multi-functional shared services organizations focused on delivering better outcomes at lower cost for our businesses and our customers. The strong partnership between Global Operations and GE Businesses creates a collaborative work culture and broadens best practice and industry knowledge sharing across the enabling functions. We believe that by keeping GE customers at the heart of everything we do, we will help GE work smarter, better and faster, allowing GE businesses to be more competitive in the global marketplace.

We are teams of functional process and domain experts, focused on the solutions that deliver results for the company. We think Big, we act as One, We deliver with Speed … so GE Works.

**Locations:** Hungary; Budapest

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