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KPMG is currently seeking an Associate in Accounting Advisory Services for our Deal Advisory practice.
Provide U.S. Government regulatory compliance advisory support and research to clients, including conducting gap assessments and performance audits and assisting with transformation activities and remediation plans
Conduct indirect rate studies and assist clients with cost accounting structure strategy
Assist other service lines of the firm providing subject matter knowledge and support on U.S. Government contract compliance including our Federal, Cybersecurity, Shared Services and Outsourcing, and Strategy practices
Assess U.S. Government contract regulatory risk as part of M&A / Financial Due Diligence
Help in developing and delivering U.S. Government contract regulatory compliance training courses
Minimum two years of relevant experience in cost accounting standards, federal acquisition regulation, disclosure statements, and business systems for a consulting firm, a U.S. Government contractor, or in the Federal Government, such as the Defense Contract Audit Agency or Defense Contract Management Agency with experience conducting Internal Audit programs aimed at testing design and effectiveness of controls, and writing summary reports can be substituted
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business/ Operations or other relevant field from an accredited college/university
Previous experience working with a U.S. Government contractor in the industrial manufacturing or technology services sectors
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong analytical and research skills
Ability to successfully multi-task while working independently or within a group environment
Travel may be up to fifty percent
U.S. citizenship is required
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