Accounting Intern
Publishers Clearing House - Port Washington, NY

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Publishers Clearing House, located in Port Washington, NY is looking for a self-motivated, eager college student to join our team as an Accounting Intern for the current Spring semester to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This position supports the Finance department and will include activities around the financial close, monthly budgeting process, expense analysis and transaction processing. We are a collaborative team who values input from everyone and you will have an opportunity to work closely with the Finance team on a wide range of projects.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Assist senior and staff accountants with monthly close preparation

Support business to business receivables including billing and collections tasks

Perform daily reporting related to cash and credit card receipts

Prepare ad hoc financial analysis as needed

Assist with monthly bank reconciliation preparation

Clean-up our Accounts Receivable aging in terms of billing adjustments that are required

Follow-up on unpaid balances owed to the Company

Required Skills

College student pursuing Bachelors degree in Finance or Accounting

Desire to learn and grow

Excellent time management and organizational skills

Must have strong attention to detail

Excellent mathematical and communication skills

Proficiency in MS Office,especially Excel

Join our winning team and apply today!

Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter including salary history online a www.pchjobs.com or by emailing pchres1@pch.com

This is a New York based position. Candidates must reside in the tri-state area.

PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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