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Corporate Controller Organization Intern

Location: AA Headquarters 1 (DFW-HDQ1)
Additional Locations: Dallas/Ft Worth, TX
Requisition ID: 24538

Job Description

POSITION PURPOSE:

As an intern for the Corporate Controller organization, you will be assisting in the number of areas within Corporate Accounting, Accounts Payable, Cargo Accounting, and Financial Reporting, including but not limited to the following:

Tasks could include:

- Test and document results for system modification or enhancements
- Assist in the development and documentation of processes and policies
- Assist in the development and implementation of initiatives around process improvement and data cleansing
- Assist in a quality assurance capacity for data and processes
- Assist with the review of accounting/financial statement schedules for accuracy and consistency
- Assist with the preparation or review of journal entries
- Assist with general ledger account reconciliations or supplier account reconciliations
- Perform other general office and administrative tasks as required

LOCATION
American Airlines HQ
Fort Worth, TX

Job Qualifications

- This internship is open to all full-time college students currently pursuing a BA/BS or Masters, in one or more of the following disciplines: Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Supply Chain Management
- Understanding of SOX compliance
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Good working knowledge of PC software, such as Excel
- Database skills such as DWH, Cubes, Access or SQL a plus
- Experience with functional testing and creation of test cases a plus
- Self-motivated, with strong organizational skills, attention to detail, the ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines
- Analytical ability along with the ability to work individually and as a member of a team
- GPA 3. 2/4. 0

PLEASE NOTE:This internship is year-round and not necessarily limited to the summer months

Additional Qualifications

Additional Locations: Dallas/Ft Worth, TX
Requisition ID: 24538



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