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Financial Reporting Intern

Who We Are
AgriBank is part of the customer-owned, nationwide Farm Credit System. Under Farm Credit's cooperative structure, AgriBank is primarily owned by 14 local Farm Credit Associations, which provide financial products and services to rural communities and agriculture. AgriBank expertly and reliably obtains funds and provides funding and financial solutions to those Associations. The AgriBank District covers a 15-state area stretching from Wyoming to Ohio and Minnesota to Arkansas. We are 200 dedicated professionals leveraging our tremendous assets into supporting the people who feed the world.

How We Serve
AgriBank’s mission is to expertly and reliably obtain funds and prudently provide funding and financial solutions primarily to the 14 Farm Credit Associations in the AgriBank District. Prudent lending standards and unwavering attention to risk management have resulted in a strong balance sheet. This balance sheet facilitates ongoing access to the financial markets, offering funding in the form of loan products with a wide variety of maturities, repricing and repayment options to District Associations. District Associations share in the positive benefits of a strong funding Bank through consistent access to capital, a broad array of financial products they use to serve their customers and an appropriate return on their investment through patronage distributions. We do all of this important work by listening, seeking feedback and delivering collaborative, innovative solutions. We foster a culture where diverse ideas are not only accepted, but expected. Delivery of quality products and financial services is our top priority.

What We Offer For Our Employees
As part of our commitment to attract and retain the best talent, we offer competitive salary and benefits, including a generous 401(k) plan and time-off plans. We support our employees’ development by offering education assistance, conferences, seminars, development training and other programs. We offer a flexible and supportive environment that leads to healthy work/life balance. AgriBank and our employees care about the community--we offer employee matching to partner organizations and paid time off to spend volunteering at a nonprofit organization. The combination of our total rewards and benefits, flexible and supportive workplace, and mission-driven culture make AgriBank the place to grow your career.

Join the dedicated professionals at AgriBank, and put your skills to work ensuring farmers and rural communities have the innovative financial solutions they need to feed our neighbors and the world.

Position Purpose
As a member of the Financial Reporting Team, you will be part of AgriBank’s mission to support the people who feed the world. You will have the opportunity to obtain real world experience in Call Reports, Shareholder Reports, external audit requests, monthly management reporting, and various other reporting needs including testing for process improvement projects and occasional GAAP and Regulatory research projects.  You will also have an opportunity to gain exposure in other accounting areas and other special projects. Primary responsibility will be for preparation assistance for 13 quarterly and annual shareholder and regulatory reports. Additional reporting responsibilities and special projects may be provided over time. The position will commence at the beginning of January, with flexibility in the start and finish dates. There is a possibility for extension and development into a 2022 year-round internship. Incumbent would be expected to work 15-20 hours per week during the school year and required to work 40 hours per week during the months of May through August, and January/early February 2022, with flexibility throughout the duration of the internship. Join us today for a rewarding opportunity!

Minimum Qualifications

  • Candidate should be a sophomore or junior in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • Position requires strong detail orientation and proficient skills in Microsoft applications (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint) 
  • Ability to work with multiple individuals throughout an organization
  • Skill in analyzing data and information to formulate logical and objective conclusions

Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications may apply for this position by clicking on the following link:

https://agribank.applytojob.com/apply

AgriBank will not sponsor a work visa (e.g. H1B, etc.) to fill this position.

Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process may contact us through the following methods: Phone: 651-282-8647 or Mail: AgriBank, Attn: Talent Recruiting, 30 E 7th Street, Suite 1600, St. Paul, MN 55101.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

AgriBank FCB is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/W/D/V) dedicated to diversity in the workplace and offers a great work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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