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Audit Manager

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Cybercoders Austin , TX 73301

Posted 2 months ago

If you are a Audit Manager with experience, please read on!
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What You Will Be Doing

  • Control and planning of audits and risk assessment.

  • Supervision of staff on the performance of audit procedures.

  • Review of audit workpapers.

  • Review of tax returns related to review and audit engagements.

  • Maintaining professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and participating in professional societies.

  • Contributing to team effort by completing assigned tasks, communicating results to the Audit Partner timely, and providing assistance to others on the audit team as needed.

  • Assisting the Audit Partner with review of draft and final versions of financial statements and other correspondence to clients
    What You Need for this Position

  • 6 years at a Public Accounting firm

  • CPA license

  • Financial Audits

  • Benefit Plan Limited Scope Audits

  • Reviews

  • Compilations

  • Agreed Upon Procedures

  • State of Texas Moving Image Production Examinations

  • Experience with nonprofit, government and technology companies a plus
    What's In It for You

We truly value your personal/family time and are committed to ensuring our employee's happiness

  • Medical, Dental and Vision

  • Generous PTO
    -Wellness Program

  • Community Involvement

  • Open Door Communication Policy

  • 401k

  • Maternity and Paternity Leave
    So, if you are a Audit Manager with experience, please apply today!

Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.


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