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Audit Supervisor

Location: Greenwood Village, CO
Job # 11343917
Date Posted: 09-07-2018
Audit Supervisor
Public Accounting – Growing CPA Firm
Denver – South Metro / Englewood
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000
 

2-4 Years’ Public Accounting Audit Experience
Strong Leader with Technical and Staff Development Skills
Company has Consistent 10-Yr Growth at 10-15%/Yr w/ National Niche & Excellent Benefits

 
Company Information
How many CPA firms in Denver can say they’ve grown at a 10-15% rate consistently for the past 10 years – even through the recession several years ago? Navigator Recruiting knows of no other such firms in the metro Denver area but this one. This incredible CPA firm is still growing, expanding, and opening new service offerings – and is on track to become a $30M company in 2020. The 150-employee firm is a local firm but competes nationally with the Big 4 in a particular real estate/financial services market segment and is seen as a leader in this segment on a national level. The average client size for this firm is in the $10 - $200M range. The firm offers a very collaborative environment without any politics. Staff can walk into any partner’s office and have a conversation. This firm is a bright shining star of an example of what it can be like to work for a CPA firm with partners who are true visionaries, good people and good developers of people. There are certainly opportunities to become Partner with this firm if that’s something the chosen candidates desires.


Responsibilities
The Audit Supervisor will work with the audit team to plan engagement objectives and audit strategy. The Audit Supervisor will interact with members of the team at all levels and will also interact with client personnel.
  • Mentor, supervise and train staff and seniors through counsel, guidance and coaching; evaluate performance and participate in individuals’ performance appraisal process
  • Cultivate effective relationships with clients to provide superior client service
  • Provide recommendations for business and process improvements based upon knowledge gained relative to the client’s operations, processes, and business objectives
  • Lead client audit, review, and compilation engagements, including planning, executing, directing and completing financial audits
  • Advanced knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and financial statement presentation
 
Personal & Professional Development
  • Diligently working towards CPA licensure if not already licensed
  • Invest in professional development through active participation in training sessions and networking events both internally and externally
  • Support Firm initiatives
  • Work with Partners to identify and maintain strategic goals of the department and firm
  • Willingness to travel
 
Requirements
  • Attained Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year College or university
  • Two to four years related public accounting audit experience and / or training
  • Ability to show strong leadership and mentoring capabilities
  • Solid understanding of industry specific audit issues
  • Strong analytical, written and verbal communication skills
 
Expectations
  • Delegate work as appropriate and hold staff and seniors accountable for the work that has been delegated to them
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