Senior Auditor - Columbus, OH

Would you like to work for a firm that truly believes in work-life balance? That gives back to the community? That will give you the opportunity to network, ensure you get your CEU’s, and treat you like a person, not just another number-cruncher. Then our client might be the right place for you.

If you are a self-starter, someone who can figure it out but knows when to ask for help, and you want to end the day with the satisfaction of helping other companies flourish because of what you did, you should apply here.

​You do need to do some work. Please be technically proficient and keep over 1600 billable hours while spending other time networking, volunteering for boards, and completing your continuing education credits. You should be working towards your CPA; they can help with that too. 

​Competitive compensation and benefits. If you are interested in this position, please send an updated resume with "Auditor 105" in the subject line to jcochran@hrperspectives.org.

​The specifics:

General Summary of Position:
Responsible for organizing and managing client assignments and projects, including the completion of assignments and tasks and project components as well as coaching, advising and directing team members in meeting client and self-development expectations.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Understands performance expectations and manages own and others work to meet these expectations.

  • Understands and can articulate the firm’s vision and strategies and their contribution to them.

  • Efficiently delegate work to staff members on the basis of their knowledge and capabilities.

  • Performs a detailed review of the team’s work to ensure quality and thoroughness and completion of assignment tasks within agreed timeframes.

  • Identifies and seeks opportunities to improve engagement profitability.

  • Review with the manager or partner any significant audit findings that raise questions involving accounting principles or statement presentation.

  • Total hours goal of 2,305 hours. Total chargeable hours goal of 1,700 hours.

  • Has technical competence (degree qualification) and a relevant professional accreditation.

  • Refines their skills, knowledge and expertise in industries served.

  • Develops good consulting skills – develops an understanding of client businesses and uses this knowledge to help diagnose needs/opportunities and suggest solutions.

  • Learning and refining project management skills – to plan, manage and deliver quality service on time and within budget.​

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and Finance.

  • Must have or be working towards obtaining your CPA license.

  • 3 to 5 years of progressive audit experience in public accounting or related field.

Qualifications/Skills Required:

  • Has a good working knowledge of firm wide systems and processes and with direction is able to identify the appropriate resources to apply them. Preferred PPC and CCH engagement software.

  • Technically proficient in the financial audit process. Understand phases from planning to completing financial reports.

  • Demonstrates knowledge of how the firm can add value, sell and market to clients.

  • Always alert to client’s issues/problems and follows up on all identified opportunities.

  • Uses external peer network to refer potential candidates.

​Competitive compensation and benefits. If you are interested in this position, please send an updated resume with "Auditor 105" in the subject line to jcochran@hrperspectives.org.

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