Martek Global Services Inc.

Accounting Internship

Washington, DC - Internship

Overview

The Accounting Intern will provide assistance in all accounting functions through hands-on experience within the unique context of government contracting.  The internship offers an excellent opportunity for a student or recent graduate to apply classroom knowledge to real-work accounting practices and to develop professional skills in a dynamic business environment.  This position reports to the Accounting Manager, and Senior Vice President of Finance & Administration. 

Responsibilities & Duties

The accounting intern duties include: 
  • Assist with accounts payable and receivable tasks, including processing invoices, reconciling accounts, and issuing payments.
  • Support month-end and year-end close processes by preparing journal entries and reconciling accounts. Support the accounting team in preparing financial reports, budgets, and forecasts.
  • Assist in bank reconciliations and maintain accurate financial records and documentation.
  • Collaborate with team members on various accounting projects and initiatives.
  • Provide administrative support as needed, including filing documents and organizing financial records.
  • Participate in team meetings and training sessions to enhance accounting knowledge and skills.

Educational Requirements

  • Currently pursuing a degree in Accounting and have successfully completed intermediate accounting.  (Recent graduates will also be considered)
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy in data entry and record-keeping.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and other accounting software (experience with QuickBooks is a plus).
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.
  • Interest in government contracting preferred.
  • The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, eager to learn, and passionate about gaining practical experience in the field of accounting.

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About Us:

Since 1996, Martek Global Services has been a leader in integrated strategic and tactical solutions in real estate, healthcare, facilities, and professional services for federal government and commercial customers nationwide. Martek provides a full suite of services such as real estate development to include fully outfitted build-to-suit facilities, facilities management, retrofit, and renovation, healthcare facilities support, and litigation support, program management, and acquisition support services.

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