Do you want to make a difference in the lives of the people in your community? Are you passionate about improving processes and creating efficiencies? Do you like to work with a wide variety of people on regular basis? If this sounds like you, Schools Financial Credit Union would love to hear from you!
Schools Financial Credit Union, headquartered in Sacramento, is a member-owned financial institution with more than $1.7 billion in assets and over 135,000 members. Schools is one of the top credit unions in California, and one of the largest credit unions based in Sacramento.
Schools Financial is seeking a full-time Business Analyst for a paid summer internship. This person will rotate through various departments and will be responsible for providing project support in a wide variety of areas, including requirements gathering and documentation, research, and quality assurance. The right candidate must be able to quickly grasp technical concepts, understand business problems, conduct thorough research, and provide organized, detailed documentation that will ultimately drive value for our members and project teams.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
- Provide research and support to project leaders.
- Analyze business processes, research new methods and program enhancements within the department and support the Credit Union’s strategic plan.
- Identify inefficiencies, research potential solutions and present proposals for improvement.
Skills and Experience include the following:
- Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program through the College of Business required.
- Strong leadership, collaboration, communication and interpersonal skills required.
- Strong business acumen and analytical skills required.
This Internship is an excellent opportunity for students who are interested in business analytics, project management, business strategy, workflow/processes and finance. Students must be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently, communicate effectively and professionally with business leaders, staff, managers, and their peers. Students must be able to participate and complete the entire program.