Grant Thornton LLP Seasonal Audit Senior Associate in New York, New York
Van-life traveler + on-the-go accountant
Busy parent + busier auditor
Avid gardener + growth-minded CPA
Many combinations go against expectations for the type of career you can have in professional services. We’re here to meet and then go beyond those expectations, with the seasonal audit senior associate role that lets you pursue passions instead of promotions.
Our seasonal audit senior associates know what they are looking for in an accounting career: flexibility. These senior associates are brought in during the firm’s busy seasons, or other short-term periods driven by business need, to uphold standards, run client engagements and collaborate closely with staff across all parts of the engagement, and for multiple clients.
Here, you’re also more than “seasonal” – you’re part of the team. Beyond flexibility, we offer an experience that is more supportive and inclusive, where you will like the people and clients you’re working with and value the relationships you’re able to develop.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Adhere to the highest degree of professional standards and strict client confidentiality.
Run client engagements, which includes planning, executing, directing, and completing financial audits.
Work with audit team to identify and resolve client issues discovered during audit process.
Research and analyze financial statements and audit- and tax-related issues utilizing electronic databases, and employ audit software to review and compile financial information.
Maintain a good working relationship with clients to enhance customer satisfaction and work with client management and staff at all levels to perform audit services.
Proactively interact with key client management to gather information, resolve audit-related problems, and make recommendations for business and process improvements.
Gain comprehensive understanding of client operations, processes, and business objectives and utilize that knowledge on engagements.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting. 150 semester hours of education required and a CPA or eligibility to sit is highly desirable.
Two to four+ years of progressive public accounting experience.
Strong technical accounting skills with proficiency in US GAAP and GAAS.
Excellent client service and verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to manage multiple engagements and competing priorities in a rapidly growing, fast-paced, interactive, results-based team environment.
Excellent analytical, organizational, and project management skills.
Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and audit preparation software.
Ability to work ‘busy season’ hours and additional hours as needed.
Travel may be required. Ability to travel on short notice if needed.
At Grant Thornton, we believe in making business more personal and building trust into every result – for our clients and you. Here, we go beyond your expectations of a career in professional services by offering a career path with more: more opportunity, more flexibility, and more support. It’s what makes us different, and we think being different makes us better.
About the Team
The team you’re about to join is ready to help you thrive. Here’s how:
• Whether it’s your work location, weekly schedule or unlimited flex time off, we empower you with the options to work in the way that best serves your clients and your life.
• Here, you are supported to prioritize your overall well-being through work-life integration options that work best for your and those in your household.
• We understand that your needs, responsibilities and experiences are different — and we think that’s a good thing. That’s why we support you with personalized and comprehensive benefits that recognize and empower all the identities, roles and aspirations that make you, well, you. See how at www.gt.com/careers
• When it comes to inclusion, we are committed to doing more than checking boxes. Explore all the ways we’re taking action for diversity, equity & inclusion at www.gt.com/careers
Here’s what you can expect next:
If you apply and are selected to interview, a Grant Thornton team member will reach out to you to schedule a time to connect. We encourage you to also check out other roles that may be a good fit for you or get to know us a little bit better at www.gt.com/careers.
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