We are seeking a bright self-starter who is able to work independently and handle a variety of challenging tax, audit and accounting work. Exceptional opportunity in high tech, expanding, high quality CPA firm. Offering you challenging work, rapid professional growth, reasonable hours & very competitive salary in a highly advanced computerized environment. We need a CPA or CPA candidate with a minimum of 3+ years of experience working for a certified public accounting firm. Responsibilities include both tax as well as audit and accounting work. All facets of this position involve using the most current technology available in a fun PC environment.
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We are seeking an exceptionally skilled and detail-oriented full-time Controller who has excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills, a problem-solving attitude, and the ability to work well independently and as a collaborative team player. Vanguard’s Controller is a key financial manager who carries out company policies, uses initiative to identify fiscal problems, offers possible solutions and takes the lead in bringing about resolution. Qualified candidates will have experience in small business environments and federal government contracting.
As the Controller, you will serve as a member of Vanguard’s corporate management team, lead a small accounting team and report directly to Vanguard’s President & CEO. You will be responsible for the overall administration of fiscal operations, including, but not limited to, accounts receivable, payroll, accounts payable, general ledger, and corporate and client budget development.
Job Title: Accounting Manager
Reports to: Controller/Director, Office of Finance
Job Summary: Accountable for carrying out assigned ASHP work projects. Assists in the performance of general accounting functions.
Major Job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Determines work priorities and recommends policies and operating procedures.
2. Interacts with others and provides advice on accounting and financial matters related to the execution of ASHP’s programmatic and/or operational initiatives.
3. Directly supervises general ledger staff.
https://www.ushmm.org/information/career-volunteer-opportunities/careers/internal-auditor The Internal Auditor is the Chief Audit Executive reporting directly to the Chairman of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Chairman of the Audit Committee, and the Museum Director. The role of the Internal Auditor is to add value and help improve the Museum’s operations through independent assessments of various parts of the institution.
The Internal Auditor exhibits impeccable judgement in conducting and delivering results of independent and objective audits and investigations of all Museum operations and activities. The incumbent creates and accomplishes risk-based annual internal audit plans aligned with the Museum’s Strategic Plan. The Internal Auditor serves as an informal advisor to senior management strengthening risk management awareness, while ensuring Internal Audit’s independence.
The Internal Auditor exemplifies and fosters adherence to Museum values and an ethical climate within the Museum that builds upon an environment that sustains trust and values accountability and collegiality, thereby empowering Museum staff to confide concerns to the Internal Auditor.