Audit Senior Manager

Job Details Description We're Elliott Davis, and we're revolutionizing what it means to work in the public accounting field. Starting with a powerful mixture of wisdom, energy and fresh perspective, we dig deep, finding the courage to challenge every comfortable assumption the system has been built upon. Around here we may do the work of accountants, but we think like startup entrepreneurs, social do-gooders and community leaders. So, what does that mean for you? We are so glad you asked. As part of the Elliott Davis team, you'll get hands-on experience working alongside some of the leading experts in the financial and consulting field, while enjoying the freedom and autonomy to manage your career and make a positive impact on the world. Our Audit practice is fast-growing and we are eager for you to be part of this growth!  Are you the right fit for our Audit Senior Manager position in Nashville, TN?  If so, we would love to hear from you! Here are some responsibilities you will get to take on: Serve in a trusted advisor role in all client relationships Maintain client contact throughout the year Possess thorough knowledge of all facets of client's business Communicate progress of engagements, problems, and resolutions to clients Assume responsibility for all phases of engagement Schedule, staff, and coordinate engagement workflow Manage multiple auditing and accounting projects and client engagements simultaneously Develop new business for firm through associations Communicate details of fees to clients and assist in collection of overdue accounts Assume responsibility for staff development and training Maintain familiarity with staff's qualifications, reviews assignments for appropriateness Here are the key requirements: 8+ years recent auditexperience in public accounting firm CPA Certification Experience in hiring, developing and leading a team of professional auditors Strong oral and written communication skills Effective analytical and problem-solving ability
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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