Oerlikon is a global technology group with a clear mission: to become the leading provider of surface solutions, advanced materials and materials processing.
Oerlikon (SIX: OERL) engineers materials, equipment and surfaces and provides expert services to enable customers to have high-performance products and systems with extended lifespans.
Drawing on its key technological competencies and strong financial foundation, the Group is sustaining mid-term growth by executing three strategic drivers: addressing attractive growth markets, securing structural growth and expanding through targeted mergers and acquisitions.
A leading global technology and engineering Group, Oerlikon operates its business in two Segments – Surface Solutions and Manmade Fibers – and has a global footprint of more than 11 100 employees at 182 locations in 37 countries. In 2019, Oerlikon generated CHF 2.6 billion in sales and invested more than CHF 120 million in R&D.
We are looking for an Intern in the Accounts Payable (AP) team for a newly established Finance Shared Service Center based in Warsaw. You will be executing tasks which are related to AP process.
- Process AP documents
- Reconciliation of AP accounts
- Prepare payment proposals
- Maintenance of relevant documents for audit
- Perform other tasks related to the AP process
- Students in Finance and Accounting or Business Administration preferable
- Good knowledge of MS Office (Excel required)
- Attention to detail and great organization skills
- Solution-oriented with strong analytical skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team
- Fluency in English
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