Audit & Assurance - Government Intern
Ann Arbor, MI
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Job Description

Why Rehmann?

Since 1941, Rehmann has provided clients proactive ideas and solutions to become one of the top 40 largest accounting/consulting firms in the US. Now, with over 900 associates, we have expanded to form a synergistic collection of services including accounting, wealth management, investigative services, IT and more!

Rehmann has earned national recognition including:

  • Top 25 Best Accounting Firms to Work For (Vault.com)
    • #13 in Work/Life Balance
    • #16 in Diversity for Women
    • #20 in Satisfaction
  • 101 Best Companies to Work For in Metro Detroit and West Michigan

What makes us one of the best? Real Connections. Real Opportunity. Real Impact.

We believe that long term success is built by real connections that foster collaborative relationships with Firm leaders and fellow associates, real opportunities that amplify your talent and leadership potential while maintaining a work/life integration, and real impact that engages your positive influence on not just your Firm and career, but your community and clients too.

To learn more about Rehmann, visit: http://www.rehmann.com/about


All interns at Rehmann will:

  • Receive mentored direction from experienced staff in various areas of public accounting
  • Have direct interaction with clients and top firm leaders
  • Work with a variety of clients and industries
  • Work in a professional, friendly and challenging environment
  • Experience a culture that has an open-door policy and work/life balance
  • Participate in team meetings and planning sessions
  • Receive formal and on-the-job training
  • Participate in community outreach and initiatives
  • Meet other terrific associates and interns to build your network
  • Know that your voice is heard and makes a difference
  • Do the same work as a staff associate
  • Earn competitive compensation


Audit Interns will participate in the audit process, which includes:


  • Reviewing prior year work papers and most recent interim financial statements prior to the beginning of an engagement
  • Performing audit procedures for moderately complex areas
  • Identifying and drafting relevant management letter comments, supported by factual information corroborated with appropriate client personnel
  • Maintaining knowledge of clients' policies, procedures and business conditions
  • Understanding clients' basic accounting practices and transactions, and their inter-relationships with financial information systems
  • Demonstrating working knowledge of clients' accounting systems, including computer control structure and environment, and assessing the effectiveness of controls


Qualifications:

  • Completion of Intermediate Financial Accounting I by the start of the internship
  • Completion of a Tax or Audit class is preferred but not required
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Exhibits leadership skills via work experience and/or participation in campus extracurriculars
  • Some work experience (related or unrelated) is preferred
  • Strong, hands-on Excel skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Available to work whole-day increments (45+ hours per week)
  • Enthusiasm, a willingness to learn and have fun
Note: Internship would run from July 2019 - December 2019

Job Type Internship