Wichita, Kansas and Tucson, Arizona Offices – Audit Senior/Supervisor
An Audit Senior/Supervisor is a member of the Client Service Team and is a liaison between partners, clients and staff members. They will be responsible for planning and managing multiple auditing and accounting projects and client engagements simultaneously. As Senior/Supervisor you will supervise staff and coordinate engagement workflow and progress. You will be responsible for managing staff time and engagement budgets, as well as reviewing work papers and financial statements of those you supervise. The Senior/Supervisor helps to coach and train staff members, as well as, begins to develop relationships with referral sources and potential future clients.
The Audit Senior/Supervisor can expect to focus in the following areas:
*Supervise and plan field engagements, including financial statement audits, reviews, and various consulting engagements.
*Supervise a team of 1-3 staff members over the course of engagement and provide technical guidance to team while out in the field or in office.
*Recognize, research and perform moderately complex accounting areas of the clients’ balance sheet and income statements.
*Prepare financial statements and footnote disclosures as required under GAAP or other accounting framework, as applicable.
*Ensure the completion of clients’ annual reports on a timely and accurate basis.
*Interact with clients to identify and resolve field audit issues.
*Exhibit strong analytical skills to evaluate financial data and relationships.
*Develop training for new staff auditors as well as participate in ongoing training of all audit staff.
*Perform other duties as assigned by partners.
*Provide excellent client service—maintaining client relationships by serving as a liason for the client, promptly troubleshooting and resolving client issues
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
*3+ years Public Accounting experience, including management of audit engagements.
*Bachelor or Master’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance or related field
*Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license required
*Ability to perform several tasks concurrently with ease and professionalism
*Ability to work effectively with staff members, clients, and partners
We continually strive to create a work environment that embraces change, strengthens quality of life, improves productivity, and allows team members to pursue personal and firm goals. We encourage creativity, enthusiasm and personal development. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package, to include health, dental, life, vacation and sick time, paid holidays, and 401k retirement savings program. To apply, please send your cover letter, resume, and salary history and expectations.
Regier Carr & Monroe, L.L.P. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
To be considered, email a cover letter, your resume, and salary history and expectations to email@example.com.
Our Tulsa office is currently accepting applications for a CPA or CPA candidate with two to eight years of experience in tax compliance, primarily working with high wealth individuals, partnerships and S-Corporations. QuickBooks and business consulting experience is a plus. The successful candidate will be expected have deep client involvement in delivering superior service in a team environment. We offer a full health and retirement benefits package. The salary range is $70,000 to market.
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Tiffany Bradshaw at 4200 E. Skelly Dr., STE 560, Tulsa, OK 74135
Name: Tiffany Bradshaw
AUDIT AND TAX PROFESSIONAL STAFF – ALL OFFICES
The offices of Regier Carr & Monroe, LLP are currently seeking audit and tax professional staff with two to five years of experience. We are a regional firm with a sophisticated and diversified clientele; we offer the opportunity to work with multiple companies in various areas of accounting. If you are looking for a career with a firm that fosters growth and development for tax and audit staff, this is your chance. We offer cutting edge technology and continuing education to our employees. Our office size provides staff with an excellent opportunity to work directly with partners and to build business relationships through direct client contact. Benefits include medical/dental insurance, group life insurance, vacation and sick time, 401(k) plan, and payment of professional society fees and dues. Salaries are determined individually, with educational achievements, business experience, and other pertinent factors being considered. Candidates should have at least a bachelor degree in accounting, must be a CPA or CPA candidate meeting the 150 hour requirement and have prior experience in public accounting.
During the spring semester, we offer a great opportunity for college students to experience public accounting. Our internships typically last from February 1 through April 15. Interns perform the same work that we typically assign to our first year staff accountants. This includes preparation of tax returns, including individuals, business, and fiduciary returns, assisting with audit fieldwork, and various bookkeeping projects. Our goal is that an internship will develop into a full-time staff position after graduation.