Senior Accountant - Audit (CPA)

Burned out by constant long hours or stagnated in your current environment? Our peers have recognized us nationally with awards for team work and client service. Rager, Lehman & Houck, P.C. invites you to explore why joining our team may be your best career move ever!
We are seeking an experienced CPA with a minimum of 4 years of current public accounting audit experience in the areas of governmental and/or not-for-profit organizations with aspirations of becoming a manager. Our next team member must be energetic, outgoing and organized - an individual who can work independently and complete projects in a timely manner. Clients are located in Maryland and Pennsylvania, but we are flexible as to your office location placement.
Experience Requirements:
Conduct and successfully complete field work in all audit areas
Complete governmental and/or not-for-profit audit planning documentation
Conduct audit team planning meetings and interface with clients to conduct a successful audit
Coordinate various phases of an engagement, including staffing requirements and related scheduling
Prepare and implement audit time budgets
Assign work to team members on the basis of their knowledge and capabilities; supervise their work
Study and evaluate a client's system of internal control
Provide training to team members along with constructive feedback
Other areas of expertise that would be beneficial to a candidate:
Knowledge of IDEA software
Knowledge of Caseware
Please visit our website for further information on how to apply: http://www.rlhcpa.com/current-openings-and-job-opportunities.html
Please contact Richelle Groff via LinkedIn if interested in learning more about RLH from a current accountant's standpoint.

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