🚀 Internship

Finance - Internship, Edinburgh

NatWest Group

Sep 27

🚀 Summer

Edinburgh

🤑 £22.6k
Rolling basis

Description

If you would like to use your analytical skills to see how we use data to make decisions to improve what matters to our customers and are interested in developing your relationship management skills then our Finance Internship Programme could be right for you.  

Over the course of this eight-week internship, you’ll develop your knowledge on the ever-changing financial services environment, whilst helping us to provide the commercial and financial insights and analysis we need to support our key business decisions. 

This internship will give you a taste of what it’s like to work with us, along with valuable experience to help guide your career choices. 

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Area of Responsibilities

Banking & Finance

Responsibilities

For eight weeks, you can expect to: Learn about our culture, values and goals and build an understanding of the products and services we provide Attend training workshops, get involved with our day-to-day work, and take part in a business improvement project Develop your team working, planning, creative thinking and problem solving skills  See first-hand how we work together to deliver an outstanding service for our customers Experience what it’s like to work in a purpose led organisation that puts the customer at the heart of decision making. Gain an understanding of the design and implementation of new organisational structures within Finance Take part in projects to help us become more efficient, embedding continuous improvement Have exposure to budget cycles and forecasting work. 
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Requirements

To be eligible for our Finance internship, you’ll need be in your penultimate year of university and be on track to achieving a 2:1 in your degree We’re looking for analytical thinkers who can overcome a range of challenges, and demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills You’ll show real initiative and resourcefulness when it comes to your work, with a meticulous approach to problem solving and attention to detail. 
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Education requirements

Penultimate Year
2:1 or Higher