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Accounting & Administrative Internship


Department Accounting & Administration
Reports To Finance and Administrative Manager
FLSA Status Non-exempt/Temporary
Supervises N/A
The Accounting & Administrative Intern is responsible for basic accounting procedures and office administration including preparation of journal entries and related schedules, assisting the Finance & Administration Manager with month-end, year-end, and the annual budget and audit processes, procurement program coordination, general office support and record keeping, specialized reports, research and projects, greeting guests, and event coordination support for the organization. This role will provide support to all members of the staff as needed.

·      Preparation of journal entries
·      Procurement card program coordination
·      Assist with month end/year end close
·      Assist with budget and audit processes
·      Specialized research and reports
·      General office support & record keeping
·        Event coordination support
·        Answering phones and greeting guests

·        Support a variety of accounting and administrative tasks
·        Assist in the preparation on month-end, year-end, and the annual budget and audit processes
·        Procurement card program coordination
·        Answer phones and conduct general office duties
·        Provide event coordination support
·        Prepare and conduct specialized reports, research and projects

·        Technical – Demonstrates knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, and the electronic tools needed to support work environment
·        Regulatory – Understands all regulations and statues governing operation of a public use airport.
·        Initiative – Generates ideas for improvement
·        Teamwork – Shows commitment to the team’s purpose and goals
·        Interpersonal skills – Promotes a productive culture by valuing self and others
·        Decision making – Uses sound judgment to make informed decisions
·        Motivation – Displays energy and enthusiasm to approaching the job
·        Communication – Expresses ideas effectively, listens actively
·        Integrity – Adheres to policies and procedures, applicable laws, codes and regulations
·        Accountability – Willingness to accept full responsibility in meeting airport goals and objectives

·        Working toward a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or equivalent from a four-year college or university.

Normal hours/ days of work 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Description of daily work environment Work area is located in a private office in the Airport Administrative Offices. 
Keys, Airport Property and Access Provided
Access Badge: Airfield Access

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this position successfully, an individual(s) must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


Stand/Walk Frequent walking and standing within Airport grounds and buildings

Sit For most job tasks at a standard desk with a business chair; at meetings; to drive; to meet with others in their offices.

Talk/Listen To be able to orally communicate with staff, employees and others.
Dexterity To be able to write, use the computer and the telephone.
Climb/Balance To be able to reach items of height with supportive assistance, such as a ladder.
Kneel/Crouch To be able to access and repair items in low places or confined spaces.
Lift/Move/ Push/Pull To be able to move supplies, materials and equipment up to 50 lbs.
Vision To be able to use a computer (30-40% of the workday is spent at the computer); to read and write.