Intern Program Overview
Serco’s Training and Experience Program (STEP) is designed to provide college students an internship opportunity to gain meaningful, hands-on work experience in a professional environment. STEP emphasizes developing the next generation’s workforce. Our goal is to build a roadmap that leads you to a long, rewarding and challenging career with Serco. We will work with you to determine your desired career path and the correct steps to get you to your goals.
Outside of gaining hands-on experience, you will attend training sessions taught by skilled leaders in our company. These training sessions range from finance, personality in the workplace, presentation skills, resume building, and more. In addition, Serco emphasizes being environmentally friendly and making a positive difference in the community. We challenge our interns to develop and execute on at least one group initiative that will benefit the office and/or local community. Projects in the past have included a park cleanup and a recycling drive.
This internship spans over 12 weeks—11 weeks worked with 1 week off for Fourth of July and half days on Fridays. You will work with your mentor to identify the best times for you to come in and leave work. You will work no more than an average of 36 hours a week.
As a Financial Analysis Intern, you will support our Maritime Engineering, Technology & Sustainment (METS) Business Unit which is responsible for industry-leading capabilities in naval ship and submarine design, systems and engineering services, and production support, logistics and in-service sustainment. This complements Serco’s other engineering capabilities in shipboard, shore and systems installation and upgrade services to the Navy.
You will join the team supporting the Chief Financial Officer under SEA 21 (Deputy Commander for Ship Maintenance and Modernization) on the SEA 21 contract. We assist our Government Business Financial Managers with defining the SEA 21 directorates’ ship lifecycle support requirements and identifying program costs to support NAVSEA budget cycles.
Your team is responsible for providing financial and business management support to SEA 21. This impacts the Navy as the team helps SEA 21 manage ship availability requirements and justify the SEA 21 budget. In your role, you will analyze financial data and prepare reports for the SEA 21 Chief Financial Officer and the SEA 21 Program Offices.
During your Internship, you will gain exposure to a wide range of teams within the organization including government and contractor employees working for various SEA 21 Program Offices. This is an exciting opportunity to join a highly engaged and collaborative team.
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