Mar 142019

Looking for an interesting start of your career in the world of Finance? Then our Young HUB program will match your needs! Young Hub what? You will start an intensive training where we cover all the hot topics in Finance. Afterwards, you will feel prepared for your first project at our clients.  Our Business Unit “Transition & Support” is looking for Young Finance Graduates to start this program in August, September or October 2019, depending on your availability.  The type of projects will mainly be the day-to-day activities in different areas within Finance (Business Controlling, Financial Analysis, Bookkeeping, Reporting and Treasury). You, as consultant, go ‘the extra mile’ by providing the client qualitative services and identify opportunities in their daily operations. Our clients are different kinds of middle-sized and large corporations in the region of Brussels and Flemish/Walloon Brabant and Wallonia.  You are: A Finance student looking for a contemporary and motivating environment with an open corporate culture Eager to take initiative and to work on financial and advisory projects Always looking for new challenges and opportunities Fluent in Dutch and French. Do you also speak English? Then you certainly have a plus! You will work with enthusiastic colleagues in a knowledge sharing environment and we offer you a flexible remuneration package, including the following extralegal benefits: Company car Pension plan Hospitalisation insurance Meal vouchers Telephone subscription Net representation allowance A cafeteria plan    When joining TriFinance, you will discover a dynamic and inspiring environment full of personal development opportunities and challenging assignments. We act as your career acceleratorand destination finder. How will we do this? By on-the-job-… Original job ad is published on – Set up a Jobagent at StepStone now and find your dream job! For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit!

Match criteria: Finance, Consulting, Accounting, Controller, Analyst, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Assistant or Support

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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