I am currently in university and a recruiter from a certain bank contacted me about an internship position and he sent me the job description but this stood out and I have done quite a lot of research but I am trying to better figure out what my actual duties will be.
Support the Consulting efforts with shaping of the streamlining program, covering many deliverables and being a key initiative for the bank in 2014. Be involved in the vendor discussions to help establish requirements and the solution set.
Help to define and establish the benefits’ management of programs and embed the changes within the Business Functions and Finance. Act on behalf of the Portfolio Manager at the program and project level to ensure that this is planned and executed with a view to leverage for all portfolios.
So is this kind of like a project management internship where the goal is to make the bank a leaner operation and support organizational change? Is the "Portfolio Manager" the project manager?
I didn't apply for this job but the recruiter contacted me saying that I would be a great fit and I'd love to explore the details further to see if this is a fit.
The job description is much longer than this but this is just subsection that I'd love to be able to better understand.