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KPMG is currently seeking a Senior Associate Audit (EBP) to join our Audit practice.
Execute the day-to-day activities of Employee Benefit Plan audit engagements including Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registrants and supporting the execution of a high-quality audit
Identify and communicate potential issues and opportunities for audit efficiencies and process improvement to Managers and Partners
Coordinate the day-to-day activities of audits and client interactions and ensuring efficient information flow from the client to the audit team; leverage opportunity to work on a complementary service offering within the Center for Audit Solutions
Support the design and execution of an engagement's audit approach and procedures in accordance with relevant regulatory professional auditing and assurance standards' and applicable firm guidance and KPMG methodology
Demonstrate a working knowledge and staying current on developments in accounting literature' including those specific to assigned industries
Supervise Audit Associates and Interns on engagements and providing coaching' timely feedback' and reviewing their audit documentation
Minimum of two years of current and/or recent audit experience in public accounting including minimum of one year of Employee Benefit Plan audit experience
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college/university; be eligible to sit for the CPA exam in the state of your home office and must meet minimum educational requirements for the CPA licensure
Applied working knowledge of U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and accounting procedures
Ability to meet challenging client requirements' demonstrated supervisory experience' along with strong communication' interpersonal' analytical skills' and research abilities
Adhere to the firm's values and code of conduct
Ability and willingness to travel
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