We are seeking an Audit Principal for our Orlando, FL office. Audit & Accounting Responsibilities:
Assume full responsibility for second review process for clients within specific industries/sub-industries and communicate results to engagement teams.
Perform technical consultations as requested.
Prepare and deliver in-house and external training materials.
Work with engagement teams as needed in planning phase on pre-assigned engagements.
Develop responsible, trained staff by assisting with recruiting, planning assignments, resolving problems, providing direct consultation to staff, and evaluating staff performance. Development Responsibilities:
Cultivate complete knowledge of the firm's philosophy, policies, procedures, and practices; be conversant with its financial and related reporting, its letters relating to policy matters, and its opinions on financial matters.
Maintain ongoing knowledge of general economic trends and of possible legislation that could affect the business climate.
Keep current with Firm and State Board CPE compliance requirements.
Continuously develop and expand knowledge and expertise, including technology, through learning opportunities: on-the-job, in the classroom, and through professional literature and associations.
Demonstrate leadership among staff and other principals.
Actively develop new business and expand services to existing clients.
Demonstrate commitment to the firm through a willingness to devote time to the practice.
Cultivate an understanding of the firm's resources and when to involve other firm professionals.
Act as instructor or discussion leader in professional development programs. Administrative Responsibilities:
Develop and train staff as well as prepare regular and timely staff evaluations.
Manage leveraging of staff time. Interpersonal Contacts:
Exhibit high standards of professional and social ethics.
Be approachable and responsive to staff and be willing to participate in staff development.
Develop responsible, trained staff by providing counsel and advising on problems.
Take an active role in professional, civic, or charitable organizations; speak to groups and write articles for publication.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting
12+ years public accounting experience, including at least 5 years in a supervisory role
Current CPA licensure required
Ability to travel to client sites Skills/Knowledge
Demonstrated integrity and high professional ethics
Demonstrated leadership ability, including the ability to acquire, develop, manage, and retain clients
Manage and develop staff
Gain confidence of staff, principals, and clients
Ability to work well with people
Ability to think independently and be committed to change Technical skills including: special expertise and experience in an area of the firm; the ability to plan, program, and complete assignments; the ability to take an analytical approach; the ability to speak and write well; and the ability to persevere in problem-solving.
Professional traits, including an uncompromising commitment to quality; dedication to the profession, the firm, and to serving clients; strict adherence to professional ethics; civic responsibility; and a desire to develop others.
Good practice management and organization skills and the ability to manage time, delegate effectively, and evaluate performance.
Good business sense and conflict management capabilities.
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP (CLA) is a professional services firm delivering integrated wealth advisory, outsourcing and public accounting capabilities to help enhance our clients’ enterprise value and assist them in growing and managing their related personal assets – all the way from startup to succession and beyond. Our professionals are immersed in the industries they serve and have specialized kn...owledge of their operating and regulatory environments. With over 4,400 people, 100 US locations and a global affiliation, we bring a wide array of solutions to help clients in all markets, foreign and domestic. Investment advisory services are offered through CliftonLarsonAllen Wealth Advisors, LLC, an SEC-registered investment advisor.
We are deeply invested in the success of our professionals and provide innovative career-building opportunities. At CLA, we aim to positively impact the clients we serve, the people we employ, the profession we represent and the communities we call home.
CLA is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, protected veteran status, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by law.