CIT Trucks

  • Accounting Intern - Corporate - Normal, IL

    Job Locations US-IL-Normal
    Req No.
    2018-1612
    Category
    Accounting
  • Overview

    For over 40 years, CIT Trucks has been a full-line, commercial truck dealership representing Kenworth, Volvo, Mack, and Isuzu. Constantly growing to meet the needs of its customers, CIT Trucks now operates from 17 locations, services territories within Illinois, Missouri, and Indiana, and offers rental, leasing, and finance services through our Central Truck Leasing and Central Truck Finance companies. CIT Trucks is in business to serve its customers with the best line of heavy and medium-duty trucks, the most complete inventory of parts, and the highest quality of mechanical and body repair service available. With a dedicated and hard-working team of nearly 700 employees, CIT Trucks is proud to say it has the best employees in the industry. Devoted individuals looking to advance their career and grow within a company are invited to apply now and see what CIT Trucks has to offer.

     

    CIT Trucks is an equal opportunity employer.

    Responsibilities

    As an Accounting Intern at CIT Trucks you will gain experience with the following:

    • Entering financial data for journal entries on a computer.
    • Assisting Staff Accountants with general ledger account reconciliations.
    • Working with managers and Staff Accountants to maintain licensing records for company vehicles.
    • Assisting Staff Accountants with company expense reconciliations.
    • Coordinating with others in the Accounting Department to troubleshoot issues as necessary.

    Qualifications

    • High School diploma or equivalent required
    • Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field preferred
    • Ability to multitask while maintaining complete organization
    • Professional attitude and appearance with a strong work ethic
    • Desire to set and attain goals while conducting business honesty and with integrity

     

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