Internship: Treasury/Finance @ Avery Dennison
Oegstgeest – Full-time
As Treasury Intern, you will gain a deeper insight into the operations of a corporate treasury department and you will contribute to the day-to-day operations of the department. In addition, we also offer you the opportunity to write your master thesis on a subject that could be of interest to both of us.
Key Internship Responsibilities will be to support the treasury department in its
● cash management operations
● foreign exchange operations and reporting
● intercompany loans management and administration
Next you will also be supporting with one or more of the following projects, that we believe could also serve as a master thesis subject:
Revised Global Cash Management Structure implementation (including Virtual Bank Accounts)
Upgrade/Implementation of Treasury Management System
Counterparty credit risk
Value-at-Risk applied to FX Hedging
We are looking for candidates who are completing a Master’s degree in Economics, with a strong preference for specialization in Finance/Financial Economics.
The internship start date is negotiable, we aim for a start in the 15th of August with a minimum of 4 days a week. The ideal candidate is available for at least 6 months.
We are looking for candidates who are highly motivated and creative thinkers. We also expect you to:
have excellent communication skills in English (any other European language is a plus)
be a team-player, no 9 to 5 mentality, good project management skills and self-starter
be able to work well under pressure and adapt easily and quickly to changes
have very strong cultural awareness and taste for international environments
Only profiles submitted in English will be considered.
410 euros per month compensation on full time basis.
Commuting allowance (if applicable)
Wide range of learning opportunities, including on site trainings
A tight intern community to rely on, with its own events (formal and informal)
Team-oriented and highly international environment
Important: Only applications in English by current students will be considered!