Senior Accountant


Assignments provide exposure to a wide range of industries from small local retail stores to multinational entities. Projects may include:

  • Reviewing and analyzing historical financial and industry information
  • Revenue and expense projections
  • Insurance claim evaluations
  • Economic damage evaluations, fraud and fidelity, and forensic examinations.


  • Hold a relevant Bachelor or advanced degree
  • Have an active CPA license or be actively pursuing the license
  • Be intermediate-to-advanced in Microsoft Office (particularly Microsoft Excel)
  • Possess exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Be driven by what they are going to do, learn, and become
  • Have the desire to be challenged because they want to be excellent
  • Have reached a point in their life and career to understand the correlation between hard work / professional success and the ability to achieve personal goals
  • Have consistency in their discipline and join in the “we” over “I” focus of the collaborative environment within the Investigative Accounting Group
  • Be naturally outgoing, self-motivated, and possess strong communication and analytical skills Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting required (Master’s preferred)
  • 5+ years’ experience in general or tax accounting
  • Experience with computerized ledger systems
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills
  • Ability to function well in a team-oriented environment