Senior Accountant

Job Title: Senior Accountant - Audit
Position Type: Full Time
Company: Milam, Knecht & Warner, LLP
Website: www.WeAddValue.com/Careers

We have one opportunity in our Glendale, California office.

About the Position:
You will be in charge of corporate assurance engagements. You will have frequent and direct contact with your clients. In this hands-on position, you will be involved in audit preparation, in-depth research, client consultation, and lead a team of staff.
Part-time and remote working arrangements are also an option.

Responsibilities include:
Supervise the preparation of audits, review, and compilations
Review audit work performed by staff for correctness and completeness
Teach audit staff about proper preparation of financial statements and associated workpapers
Communicate and interface with appropriate level of client personnel
Mentor staff regarding professional career progress
Presentation of audit reports and findings to client's governing body
Approximate expected chargeable hours of 1,700
Will be expected to work closely with marketing, including networking and business development

Basic Qualifications:
1+ years managing audit engagements
3+ years of general public accounting experience
CPA required with current license (or ability) to get licensed in the state of California
BS degree in Accounting
Highly organized, ability to work well under pressure, and handle multiple projects
Strong background in MS Excel
Ability to build and maintain positive relationships
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to adapt quickly and learn new tasks independently
Customer service oriented
Experience with ProSystem Fx software (Tax, Engagement, Practice Management, Planning and Document), XCM, and QuickBooks beneficial, but not required

We offer a premium compensation package including a generous benefits package and a flexible work schedule to fit your life.

How to Apply:
Please apply via our online application at http://www.weaddvalue.com/sraudit .

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