We’re currently looking for an associate/apprentice (formerly known as “intern”) to join our finance and accounting team. As a member of our team you’ll be granted a project from day one with direct mentorship and guidance from executive management and the group finance team.
Experience in finance is an advantage, but enthusiasm, commitment, attention to detail and flexibility are essential. Studies in a related discipline will be viewed favourably.
You’ll be able to work in all facets of our coworking business, but this position focuses on Finance & Accounting.
Budget and spending trend analysis
Managing new accounts
Being a beast, everyday.
If you have experience managing financial accounts for at least 1 year
If you have experience with Quickbooks or Xero
If you love excel spreadsheets, love numbers, and get a little excited at the words “financial model,” “profit and loss reports,” “balance sheets,” and our favorites “budget allocation”
If you are ready to bust your ass
If you know how to keep a schedule
If you have a keen knowledge of current trends in the tech, startup, and NYC business ecosystem
If you have a strong writing ability and great interpersonal communication skills
If you have knowledge and interest in startup culture, tech, and business
If you have have basic Google Apps, Excel, and Powerpoint experience
If you have an extreme attention to detail and ability to self-edit
If you are comfortable with numbers and reporting as it pertains to membership based accounts (think rent collected from gym memberships) OR if you are comfortable with getting comfortable
If you have 1-2 years of finance and accounting experience with a proven track record. (If you don’t, no problem you might feel like you do when you’re done with us.)
Do not apply:
if you live outside of NYC for the term of the internship
if you only need a seasonal short term internship. We need people who can commit. Most current AlleyNYC employees started as interns
if you need money
If you don’t like solving problems, teaching and presenting your ideas to other people
if you just wanna be “down”
if numbers, feedback, deadlines scare you