American Bankers Association Intern, OCE in Washington, District Of Columbia
Want to intern with a great Organization?
The American Bankers Association is the banking industry's champion. Joining ABA makes you part of a team that:
Has Extraordinary People - ABA experts are the "go to" sources for bankers, policy makers and the media for credible information and insights for the banking industry.
Has Unmatched Scope and Scale - ABA's unparalleled information and services keep members current, knowledgeable and prepared.
Is Impact-Driven - ABA has a proven record of bringing about positive change for our members and the industry. We take action and achieve results.An internship opportunity is available with our Office of the Chief Economist to assist with keeping ABA on the forefront of emerging technologies within the banking industry.Primary Responsibilities:
Provide critical analysis of innovation taking place in the banking industry.
Identify and track financial technology trends and communicate pertinent information to the team.
Support co-workers with other duties as assigned.Duration/Hours: June 2018 – August 2018 Pay rate is $20.00/hour Full-time; 37.5 hours per weekAll applicants must be available to interview on January 11, 2018Applications Due by November 17th, 2017
All applicants must be available to interview on January 11, 2018
Ability to follow prescribed processes with excellent attention to detail
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational skills
Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills
Experience working with large datasets
Interest in bank issues and emerging technologiesMinimum Education:
Junior/senior standing or Graduate student with a degree focus in Economics, Finance, Statistics, or related field.
Minimum 3.0 GPA
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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