We are seeking candidates for our summer internship position in all locations. Responsibilities are similar to our entry-level Staff Consultant position, and include fact-finding, research, document review, financial analyses, cost and schedule analyses, and computer modeling. Specific analyses may include calculation of economic damages and lost profits, evaluation of claims related to business and regulatory disputes, schedule analysis of construction delays, and cost overrun analysis. Candidates will assist with the preparation and review of damage claims and counter claims related to business disputes, including those involved in litigation, arbitration or mediation. Candidates may also assist in the preparation of expert reports, expert testimony and exhibits for trial, alternative dispute resolutions or settlement negotiations. Most importantly, candidates will work on maintaining and fostering client relationships through superior client service. Candidates should be willing to travel to client locations and other Kenrich offices as required.
Candidates must be working toward a Bachelors degree in Business with concentrations in Accounting or Finance, a Masters of Accounting, or a Bachelors degree in an Engineering discipline (Construction Management and/or Civil Engineering preferred). Candidates must have a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale. Candidates should be graduating in December 2018 or May 2019. Applicants must be highly motivated and possess excellent analytical, organizational, communication and computer skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access is essential.
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