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Fall 2024 Procurement Intern

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  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Logistics
  • Fort Lauderdale
    San Francisco
    Washington, DC
    Los Angeles
    New York City


  • Current academic enrollment at the undergraduate (junior or above) or graduate level, pursuing a degree in supply chain management/procurement management/business administration/finance.
  • Basic knowledge of procurement management and contracting.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Ability and willingness to follow directions and learn quickly while maintaining a professional positive attitude.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both in writing and verbally.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others or independently to accomplish team goals, success oriented.
  • Ability to effectively execute detail-oriented work with a high level of accuracy and at times to multi-task.
  • Drive to meet quality and timeline requirements in a professional, team-oriented and supportive atmosphere to meet individual and team deadlines and goals.
  • Maintains standards of confidentiality with respect to all matters and documents.


  • Coordinate with members of Procurement and PCAOB Division/Office members to source materials and services in accordance with PCAOB policies.
  • Perform and document negotiations with vendors, which may include pricing and terms and conditions.
  • Provide support in the PCAOB Procure-to-Pay system to PCAOB requisitioners in the processing and approving of contracts and requisitions.
  • Research market conditions and conduct due diligence on vendors to support internal customer requirements and needs for future procurements.
  • Communicate with internal customers and external vendors on the status of procurements and requisitions to provide timely feedback.
  • Participate in special projects or other team assignments as needed.

The PCAOB oversees the audits of public companies and SEC-registered brokers and dealers.

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Mission & Purpose

The PCAOB is a nonprofit corporation established by Congress to oversee the audits of public companies in order to protect investors and further the public interest in the preparation of informative, accurate, and independent audit reports. The PCAOB also oversees the audits of brokers and dealers registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), including compliance reports filed pursuant to federal securities laws. The PCAOB has four primary duties: - Register public accounting firms that prepare audit reports for issuers, and SEC-registered brokers and dealers. - Establish or adopt auditing and related attestation, quality control, ethics, and independence standards. - Inspect registered public accounting firms' audits and quality control systems. - Investigate and discipline registered public accounting firms and their associated persons for violations of specified laws, rules, or professional standards. In support of our mission, we also conduct economic research and risk analysis, engage with our stakeholders and other domestic and international regulators, and manage a talented workforce and the technology and resources we need to perform our duties. The SEC has oversight authority over the PCAOB, including the approval of the Board's rules, standards, and budget. The PCAOB has approximately 800 staff members. We maintain our headquarters in Washington, D.C., and have 15 other offices or locations across the United States. As of December 31, 2021, in 83 jurisdictions across the globe, 1,709 public accounting firms were registered with the PCAOB.