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Business Control Intern

Posted 18 Jun 2024
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0 to 1 years
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Full-time
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Required languages
English (Fluent)
Dutch (Fluent)

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Are you looking for an internship at one of Europe’s most exciting companies? Do you want to hop on our life-long learning journey?

Your mission, should you choose to accept it…

As an intern in the Business Control team at The Social Hub, you will be pivotal in creating an allocation model for the operational costs tailored to the unique demands of our hybrid hospitality business model. This role presents an exciting opportunity to gain practical experience in financial analysis within the context of the dynamic and fast-paced hospitality sector. you will be part of the Finance department at the headquarters of The Social Hub in Amsterdam – The Support Hub.

In case you don’t know who we are (ahem)

Known for being the rule breakers in hospitality, TSH is a fun, creative and inspiring environment where everyone can work, stay, learn and play and most importantly – be themselves. As an employer we look, act and think like a hotel, but instead we offer a lot more. Think student accommodation, long and short stay options, gyms, talks, events, rooftop bar and eat & drink escapes as well as community and coworking spaces. Located in The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, France and Spain with several new openings on the way, this hybrid hospitality concept may take root in the heart of Europe, but our plans are set for going global.

What you’ll do

  • Gather, organize and analyze financial data related to operational costs.
  • Collaborate with the team to create and optimize an allocation model that effectively distributes the operational costs among our different operational entities (“Hubs”).
  • Establish allocation methodologies that reflect the diverse nature of The Social Hub's hospitality portfolio.
  • Conduct testing and validation of the allocation model to ensure accuracy and reliability in cost allocation outcomes, including variations in seasonality & location.

Who you are

  • You are currently studying at a Dutch HBO/university and living in the Netherlands pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Finance, Accounting or a related field.
  • Familiarity with the hospitality industry is a plus.
  • Proficiency in financial analysis tools such as Microsoft Excel and Power BI.
  • Analytical master mind capable of breaking down complex problems and identifying patterns
  • Affinity for allocation models and management accounting.
  • Strong attention to detail and a commitment to accuracy in financial reporting and analysis.
  • Enthusiasm for learning and a proactive approach to problem-solving in a dynamic business environment.
  • Fluent in English (written and spoken).
  • Available for an internship of minimum 6 months starting in September 2024.

What we offer 

  • An amazing work environment with a fantastic vibe and lots of positive energy.
  • Time carved out for you to work on your own research-project.
  • On the job coaching and guidance.
  • Monthly compensation for your internship.
  • The opportunity to work at a dynamic, young, international organization; we’re a real game changer in the hospitality industry.
  • Discounts at all our hotel and restaurant locations!

Who you are, is how we want you to be. To us, hybrid hospitality goes across the board, from how we service our guests to how we represent ourselves. Here, everyone belongs, and we welcome people no matter their nationality, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or culture. Your authenticity keeps our team diverse. Come as you are.

The Social Hub is much more than a hotel. In our boundary-blurring spaces we bring together a new generation of bold change-makers to connect, learn, stay, work, and play. Creating memorable experiences for our community of hotel guests, students, creatives, enterprising minds and anyone in between.

Hospitality
Amsterdam
Active in 6 countries
1,000 employees
40% men - 60% women
Average age is 31 years