Overview of Responsibilities Interns are assigned as Team Members on a variety of accounting and auditing assignments, under the supervision of more-experienced professionals. Performance is judged based on the quality of work, application of accounting knowledge, and ability to manage time effectively and efficiently. Summer internships are full time temporary positions, typically lasting for 8-10 weeks during the summer. Interns are generally students who have therefore completed a substantial portion of their upper division accounting coursework. They are selected and assigned to client engagements and internal projects in the same way as new Associates. An Intern is expected to demonstrate a basic familiarity with GAAP and GAAS, sufficient to be able to perform entry level accounting and auditing tasks, including the ability to identify issues and bring them to the attention of the ICA. As a representative of the Firm, an Intern must display professional conduct at all times, showing confidence and ease in the presence of staff and client representatives. Audit teams perform most of their work in the field, on the clients’ premises. Therefore, summer interns must be able to arrange transportation to/from various client office locations. Summary of responsibilities:· Perform audit fieldwork as assigned and directed by the ICA, demonstrating a basic understanding of GAAP and GAAS· Complete assigned work in a timely and efficient manner, seeking guidance as appropriate· Demonstrate basic auditing skills, including account reconciliation, calculations, and analytical procedures· Obtain and demonstrate a functional understanding of Firm software and policies and procedures related to audit work Essential Functions, Skills, Attributes· Solid accounting technical foundation; demonstrate basic competency in technical skills, work quality, and application of professional and firm standards· Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in English (written and verbal communication)· Good interpersonal skills – able to interact appropriately and comfortably with staff , clients, and managers · Good problem-solving and time-management skills· A continuous-learning mentality: accept, learn from, and apply constructive feedback· Ability to work well under pressure in order to meet deadlines· Flexibility – demonstrate an ability to adapt quickly and appropriately to rapidly changing circumstances Educational Requirements:Accounting major or (rarely) non-accounting major with substantial accounting and business coursework, equivalent to an accounting major. On track for completion of all educational requirements required for CPA certification.