Intern, Forensic Investigations and IntelligenceJob ID 21004673 Mexico City, Mexico Apply now
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During the internship, students will be able to develop their research and analytical skills, with
the opportunity to carry out the following tasks:
- Conducts analysis of business documents and communications concerning corporate structure, business transactions and business communications.
- Plans research time and tasks to meet objectives set by the project manager
- Develops an understanding of the strengths, appropriate uses and limitations of research tools and methods.
- Identifies patterns, abnormalities and interprets their meaning within a context.
- Organizes findings methodically to facilitate analysis and reporting.
- Verifies and corroborates pertinent and noteworthy findings.
- Comply with the corresponding academic program in accordance with the objectives proposed by the university.
- Currently pursuing or recently graduated from a Bachelor's degree on accounting, finance and/or data science from an accredited college or university.
- Strong research and analytical skills with a demonstrated track record
- Writing skills, including ability to quickly and effectively summarize information from multiple sources into concise analytical assessments.
- Ability to prioritize several projects and assignments on multiple topics while meeting tight deadlines
- Experience in business, law, investigations, business intelligence, investigative journalism or due diligence is a plus but not required.
- Ability to write in Spanish and English at an advanced or professional level is critical.
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