Not the typical internship experience
Brunswick Group is looking for a postgraduate Finance Planning & Analysis Intern to join the team based in our New York City office in spring and summer 2021. As an intern with Brunswick, you will gain real experience working with professionals in the financial forecasting and strategic communication fields. We believe in your success and look forward to you working directly on the projects, reports, and data which directly impact our firm and support the strategic work that we complete for our clients every day. Are you drawn to analysis, willing to learn and excited to jump into the fast-paced, dynamic and data-driven work we do? We encourage all interested 2019 and 2020 university postgraduates to apply.
How to apply
To apply, you must submit a resume and cover letter via Handshake or by e-mailing email@example.com. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The internship will be part-time for a duration of six months. Applications are reviewed immediately upon submission. The final date to submit an application is March 12, 2021.
Internships start April 2021.
Brunswick Finance Planning and Analysis Interns hold responsibility in four main areas:
Internal Contribution & Handling
- Provide support on monthly reporting including chargeability reports and a monthly scorecard
- Where possible, help streamline reporting and processes
- Provide support on creating presentations for monthly & quarterly senior management meetings
- Support the Financial Analysis team in analyzing data and trends
- Including analyzing our Specialist Offers and Forecast analysis
- Work with and interpret large sets of data in order to make meaningful analysis
- Learn a web-based business intelligence dashboard, Power BI, to run reports and answer ad hoc queries from Partners & Directors in the firm
- Prepare well-written, organized and thoughtful analytical comments
- Be able to help create impactful presentations for monthly and quarterly meetings
- Express a point of view in a thoughtful manner; able to analyze and distil complex information
- Use good judgment in deciding what information should be shared and what should not; exercise discretion
- Willingly assume and actively pursue additional responsibility and role on the finance team; take initiative
- Keep colleagues informed of status on reporting and projects
- Demonstrate curiosity and awareness of the business
- Actively seek out or accept assignments that represent learning opportunities and provide professional growth
- Willingly accept suggestions for improvement; seek feedback and constructive criticism
- Willing to offer your own suggestions for improvement on processes