Corporate Audit Intern Program
Bank of America provides a diverse range of banking and
nonbanking financial services and products domestically and
internationally in more than 40 countries through five major Lines
of Business: Global Banking and Markets, Global Commercial Banking,
Consumer and Small Business Banking, Home Loans & Insurance and
Global Wealth & Investment Management. As a result, the Company
inherently encounters a wide range of risks. Corporate Audit is
responsible for providing an independent assessment of whether
controlling processes within Bank of America are adequately
designed and functioning effectively to mitigate potential
Corporate Audit maintains independence and objectivity by
reporting to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.
Corporate Audit teammates cover all areas of the corporation,
performing validation of the company's risk management activities
through testing of key processes and controls across the
Management and the Audit Committee are provided with regular
reporting of Bank of America's risk management systems and internal
controls. Additionally, Corporate Audit provides risk-based advice
and counsel to management to help develop and maintain an
appropriate customer-focused risk management culture that supports
the Corporation's business objectives.
Corporate Audit maintains robust processes for reviewing risk
and controls throughout the Corporation. The audit plan for the
company is developed based upon the risk profile of the Company and
reviewed on a quarterly basis. The audit planning process includes
considerations around strategic, market, credit, liquidity,
compliance and operational risk.
Auditors are charged with understanding business processes,
performing risk assessments and testing to evaluate the related
controls. This provides the opportunity for each auditor to closely
work with and influence each business regarding their control
Corporate Audit seeks applicants who have a desire to adapt and
learn the multiple businesses within Bank of America. As an intern,
you will work on an audit team and learn the processes of Bank of
America. The internship will last approximately 10 - 12 weeks,
working a 40 hour work week.
Interns undergo a multi-phase training and development process
including web based training, team coaches, and peer coaches.
Teammates in this program will build a valuable network with other
interns in Audit and throughout Bank of America as part of the
Global Campus program
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Wilmington, Delaware
- New York, New York
- Dallas, Texas
- Glastonbury, Connecticut
- West Lake Village, California
Enterprise Job Description
Program designed to introduce associates with little to no work
experience to business banking policies and practices. Length of
employment is pre-established for a set period of time, usually
seasonal. Work assignments are well defined with a high degree of
supervision and direction provided.
- Must be pursuing a bachelor's degree or master's degree from an
accredited college or university with a graduation timeframe
between December 2014 and June 2016 in one of the following majors:
Accounting, Finance, Information Technology or General
- Grade Point Average of at least 3.0 on a 4 point scale
- Strong communication skills (both written and verbal)
- Demonstrated ability to adapt to change, be flexible, and open
- Demonstrated ability to be able to be decisive and committed to
- A minimum of 3 months of work experience
- Must have the ability to travel up to 25% of the time
How to Apply
Please visit our events
calendar to see if the Corporate Audit Intern Program is coming
to your campus.
- If the Corporate Audit Intern Program is conducting interviews
on your campus, please follow the application procedures determined
by your school's Career Services office. Do not apply through the
Bank of America website link provided below. We will follow-up with
detailed instructions after the resume deadline
- If the Corporate Audit Intern Program is not conducting
interviews on your campus, please click the "Get Started/Apply Now"
button below and complete the application by January 17, 2014 in
order to be considered for this program.
If you are interested in multiple programs, you will need to
follow the appropriate link within each job description.