As a PNC Intern, you will participate in a “best-in-class” internship program. During this 10-week program you will have the opportunity to gain exposure to a specific line of business, expand the tools you need to launch your career, and complement your education with real-world job experience.
PNC Finance works to prepare and analyze financial statements, regulatory reports, forecasts, and budgets, as well as providing reporting tools to implement control functions. Corporate Finance & Accounting Interns will work with other finance professionals to perform accounting, reporting, variance and profitability analysis, as well as reconciliation, budgeting and forecasting.
As an intern, you may be aligned to any of the areas in PNC Finance including:
* Line of Business Support: Responsible for providing revenue generating lines of business with strategic counsel, meaningful reporting and analysis, and critical insights into business and financial metrics to drive results
* Shared Services: Responsible for managing the budgeting, forecasting, financial reporting, and analysis for areas that reach every department of the bank
* Corporate Controller’s Office: Responsible for providing meaningful, accurate, reliable, and timely financial, regulatory, and risk information
* Other Areas: Segments of Corporate Finance that do not fall into the first three areas based upon the nature of their work: Investor Relations, Enterprise Performance Analysis, Corporate Tax, and Mergers and Acquisitions
The Corporate Finance & Accounting Summer Internship Program is located in Pittsburgh. Learn more about PNC’s Summer Internships on www.pnc.jobs/students.
Participates as an intern in the PNC summer internship program.
Performs or assists with the core activities of the group by applying knowledge learned to drive business results (e.g. deal, sales, or process support, internal or external customer interaction, or supporting internal projects). Works under supervision and may have limited approval and/or exception authority.
Participates in social learning within the organization (e.g. identifies and networks with business representatives and peers, participates in mentoring, job shadowing and community outreach)
PNC Employees take pride in our reputation and to continue building upon that we expect our employees to be:
Customer Focused – Knowledgeable of the values and practices that align customer needs and satisfaction as primary considerations in all business decisions and able to leverage that information in creating customized customer solutions.
Managing Risk – Assessing and effectively managing all of the risks associated with their business objectives and activities to ensure they adhere to and support PNC’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
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Required Education and Experience:
* Working toward Bachelor’s Degree, Preferred business relevant majors (e.g. Finance, Accounting, IT, Economics, Marketing, Mathematics, Statistics, HR, Management, Communications, Business Law, Psychology, Logistics, Engineering, Computer Science, Actuarial Sciences), sophomore or junior status, Minimum GPA 3.0.
Accuracy and Attention to Detail – Understanding of the necessity and value of accuracy and attention to detail; ability to process information with high levels of accuracy.
Analytical Thinking – Knowledge of techniques and tools that promote effective analysis and the ability to determine the root cause of organizational problems and create alternative solutions that resolve the problems in the best interest of the business.
Effective Communications – Understanding of effective communication concepts, tools and techniques; ability to effectively transmit, receive, and accurately interpret ideas, information, and needs through the application of appropriate communication behaviors.
Flexibility and Adaptability – Knowledge of successful approaches, tools, and techniques for dealing with changes and adapting to a changing environment; ability to adapt as needed.
Information Capture – Knowledge of the processes and the ability to identify, capture and document relevant business information in an auditable, organized, understandable and easily retrievable manner.
Initiative – Understanding of the value of self-motivation and initiative; ability and willingness to seek out work and the drive to accomplish goals.
Products and Services – Knowledge of major products and services and product and service groups; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately to diverse situations.
Self-Directed Growth and Development – Understanding of the necessity of continuous personal growth; ability to gauge one’s strengths, limitations and interests, and use of this knowledge for purposes of performance effectiveness and self-development.