THIS IS NOT A FULL TIME POSITION WITH BENEFITS; IT IS A SUPPLEMENTAL PAID INTERN POSITION
Must be ENROLLED in a Baccalaureate degree program in Finance, Accounting or Healthcare Administration and a 2.8 GPA.
Under direct supervision, the college intern works directly with various Finance staff to develop, analyze report and interpret financial and statistical information to assist management in the formation, implementation and execution of the organization’s business plans.
Principal Responsibilities and Tasks:
The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by personnel so classified.
Assists in the preparation of various reports for reporting organizational activity for use by Finance and other UMMS departments.
Assists administrative staff with phone coverage, mail and fax delivery and other duties. (This task is not to exceed 20% of the intern’s responsibilities).
Assists with monitoring and investigating various financial transactions.
Assists with the preparation of various surveys and special requests by senior management and/or outside regulatory agencies.
Assists department’s to provide analytical and technical support regarding volume and revenue analysis, budgeting and expense analysis and regulatory policies and procedures.
Develops work plans and coordinates the successful completion of routine, ad hoc, analyses and projects under supervision.
Responsible for organizing and maintaining major reports and schedules under supervision.
Requires great attention to detail and ability to interpret and validate complex data from multiple sources.
Education and Experience:
Enrolled in a Baccalaureate degree program in Finance, Accounting or Healthcare Administration; GPA: 2.8 of possible 4.0.
Two years college is preferred. Courses taken to date should include courses related to the following: Introduction to Financial Management, Accounting I and II, Statistics, Information and Technology for Business and Introduction to Cost Accounting.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to judge the level of confidentiality of information / activities involved in and exhibit integrity in use of dissemination of such information.
Demonstrated knowledge of spreadsheets (i.e., Microsoft Excel) and word processing programs (i.e., Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access).
Effective verbal and written communication skills are necessary in dealing with a variety of healthcare and finance professionals.
Effective organization and problem-solving skills.
Ability to assess and evaluate financial data via use of computer analysis.
Ability to work effectively in a stressful work environment