Eos internship in business control

Searching for that internship where you can combine your studies and get real life experience in a global, industrial company? Feeling curious about Atlas Copco and in particular about business control? Then this internship opportunity might be for you. 

The internship

The Eos Internship is hosted by Group Controlling at the Atlas Copco Group Center in Sickla, a few minutes from Slussen. The purpose of the internship is to give prospective employees an introduction to Atlas Copco in general—and to business control in Atlas Copco in particular. We want to get to know you, and for you to get to know us. Group Controlling’s mission is to support business decisions through financial analysis. The team has open communications channels to all 400 subsidiaries around the world—as well as close connections to Group Management. You will be collaborating with the team on monthly and quarterly closings, development of analytical tools and overall improvements to the internal financial reporting.

What we expect from you

Team meeting in the office

In Atlas Copco we believe that there is always a better way—so we are looking for somebody who is curious and cares about progress. We also believe in autonomy and accountability—so we are looking for somebody who is willing to take initiatives and who sets their bar high. Additionally, we have three formal requirements. First, you must have no more than two semesters left of your studies before you graduate with a degree within business, finance, economics or accounting. Second, you must be available to work at least 15 hours a week. Finally, you must be fluent in English as that is the group language. Consequently, we are also expecting your application in English.

What you can expect from us

Team meeting up to chat.

You can expect a good start to your career in Atlas Copco. Group Contolling is a small, dynamic and social team with insights and connections throughout the group. Furthermore, you can expect a friendly, flexible and international work environment. Lastly, you can expect the opportunity to take initiatives, make a difference and to be in charge of your development and career. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].

How to apply?

The Eos Internship runs every semester. The program starts in January or September with a preceeding application period in October or March. The internship advertisement will be posted on the home page and on LinkedIn and on various student career portals.

Meeting up with colleagues

What is the internship like?

Read about Anna Moberg's experience in the Eos internship in business control during spring of 2019.

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