6 months Internship within Controlling

Technologies, Beauty Care and Laundry & Home Care. Henkel Beauty Care holds leading market positions worldwide, and its brand-name products business is continuously expanding. The business unit develops, produces and sells numerous successful high-quality products (hair, body, skin and oral), which are available in 150 countries worldwide.
What we offer:
We offer you an internship with an international company, operating in various market areas.
Being an intern with Henkel means that we believe you have the potential to learn and grow. With the experience you gather you will be well prepared for your future career in Finance/Controlling.
You will work in our Controlling department at our Nordic headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. You will support the Controlling team with their reporting processes, financial analyses and controlling related projects.
We will give you the opportunity to take responsibilities and increase your professional knowledge as a member of a professional team.
Who we are looking for:
You have acquired a solid background in business studies with a clear focus on controlling and/or accounting. You have accomplished at least 2-3 semesters at university with some parts of studies left to complete before graduating.
You should be fluent in English. Knowledge in any Nordic language is a merit.
You have firm knowledge in MS Office applications and have advanced Excel skills.
As a person you are analytical, communicative, open minded, co-operative and a good team player. Above all you are eager to learn and develop your professional skills.
You are available for a minimum of 6 months from end of January 2019.
Apply online if this sounds like your next challenge.
For more information please contact HR Assistant Minna Mielke, minna.mielke@henkel.com.

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