BPM is a full service accounting firm providing comprehensive assurance, tax, and consulting services to clients globally. We are one of the largest California-based accounting firms and have built our success by focusing on our clients and our people. Our people-centered culture and firm motto "Because People Matter" has allowed us to be consistently recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area. We are dedicated to providing meaningful careers for all of our employees along with fostering an environment that allows an integrated lifestyle between work and play.
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Consistent recognition as one of the Bay Area's "Best Places to Work"
Recognition as "Top 5 Accounting Firm in the Bay Area"
BPMU A corporate university that's dedicated to your career growth and development
Rich diversity in the clients, industries, and overall work
You have (requirements)
Interest in a career in public accounting
A minimum GPA of 3.0 in a BS/BA/MSA/MST/Certificate Program in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance or Economics
Completed the CA CPA Educational Licensure Requirements, or will have completed them by Fall 2019
Positive, enthusiastic energy
The people skills to work with individuals in and out of the organization
A forward-thinking and hands-on approach
Strong written and verbal communication skills
A desire to learn
You will (job responsibilities):
Analyze data and prepare work papers and tax returns based on professional standards for a variety of entities and individuals
Identify, research, and assess various tax issues while also providing information to seniors and managers
Possess and maintain a thorough knowledge of tax laws and issues including IRS, Courts, and other regulatory bodies
For positions based in San Francisco, consideration of qualified candidates with arrest and conviction records will be in a manner consistent with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.