AUDIT MANAGER - CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT - OWNER OPERATOR PRACTICE - PARTNERSHIP
OPPORTUNITY - TORONTO
A medium-sized public accounting practice in the Toronto area seeks a Manager for their growing practice.
The successful candidate will be an individual with a proven track record of building and managing client
relationships and developing a strong team of internal staff.
The opportunity for partnership is excellent.
Provide assurance services to owner-managed clients in a broad range of industries.
Examine financial records and transactions to ensure accuracy and compliance to accounting standards,
procedures and internal control.
Recommend improvements to accounting systems and management practices.
Plan, set up and administer accounting systems.
Prepare financial information for individuals, departments or companies.
Prepare financial statements and reports.
Prepare income tax returns from accounting records.
Analyze financial documents and reports.
Supervise, manage and mentor junior staff for the preparation of tax returns and completing financial
Conduct performance reviews.
A CA with at least 5 years of public accounting experience dealing with owner operator clients.
Canadian CA designation required.
Strong knowledge of Windows, Electronic mail, Spreadsheet software, Excel, Accounting software, Simply
Accounting, Quick Books, Caseware / Caseview.
Fast-paced environment, tight deadlines, and attention to detail.
Competitive salary; commensurate with experience.
Post Date: 07/12/2010
Location: Vancouver , BC
Pay Rate: $90,000 to $100,000 per year
Start Date: 02/15/2010
Industry: Associations - Business/Professional/Civic
Job Order Number: 506-021095
As a strong candidate to meet consideration for this unique opportunity you are a Chartered
Accountant or Certified General Accountant (CGA) with an extensive background in investigative
accounting, bankruptcy administration and/or commercial crime investigations, supplemented by
forensic accounting education and experience. Some experience in presenting evidence in the
criminal or civil courts is required. The successful candidate will have the ability to work well in a
team environment, superior writing and interpersonal and communication skills, and familiarity
with accounting software commonly used in law practices. For more information and to request
immediate confidential consideration, contact Trudy Legg-Johnson at
firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting the job reference - Investigative Accountant
(#506-021095) - in the subject line or call Trudy at 604-688-7572.
Our client, a professional services organization, is looking for a designated accounting
professional with an extensive background in investigative accounting, bankruptcy administration
and/or commercial crime investigations, supplemented by forensic accounting education and
experience to hire in the role of Investigative Accountant. This is an organization where work / life
balance, diversity and a common sense of purpose are the core principles of its operations and
where the staff is committed to the primary goal of upholding and protecting public interest. The
role of Investigative Accountant is to be a designated accountant specializing in investigative and
forensic accounting, combined with audit and business practice experience to conduct
investigations, analyze financial activity, obtain evidence and compiling the information to present
an appropriate report.