Are you looking for a growing firm with a great team? We are a small, but expanding, public accounting firm that allows hands on exposure to all aspects of the accounting process. We have a proactive approach with our personal and corporate clients providing guidance throughout the year. We take pride in our thorough knowledge and connection with our clients, and have been doing so for over 20 years. We offer a great work environment and challenging professional environment!
We are looking for tax professionals who are seeking a firm leadership role, rather than a “traditional” senior tax manager position. The successful candidate must be a bright and motivated tax leader with a strong background in working primarily with closely held business clients.
Description of Duties
This position is a unique opportunity for an experienced tax manager to be a firm wide resource on complex tax issues. Key responsibilities include the following:
This is a unique opportunity for someone with 8+ years of progressive public accounting or law firm who can lead and develop a team to the next level. Depending on the personal strengths and skills of the candidate from either an industry or technical perspective, there is also an opportunity to serve as a traditional management-level tax professional on multiple accounts to supplement the primary focus described above.
Work Life Balance
Berndt CPA provides team members the ability to be both professional challenged with the time year round to be personally involved with family and friends.
If interested in applying for this position, please submit a letter of interest, resume and salary history to email@example.com.
Be sure to reference the position in the subject section of the email.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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