Administrative Coordinator



Ensuring the successful coordination of audit services between clients and team members. Supports the internal audit administration process for team members within the for profit, non-profit, and local governmental entity service lines. Be flexible to meet the needs of clients and the firm.


At CDS, our team members are appreciated for their unique talents and contributions, and are our most valuable resource. We provide meaningful and challenging client and firm projects, career advancement opportunities, continuous learning experiences and a flexible, positive work environment. We offer competitive salaries based on experience and skill set. Recent graduates are welcome!


  • Coordinate with clients and team members to schedule fieldwork and internal deadlines
  • Support administrative assistant functions for audit specific duties
  • Manage and prioritize multiple projects
  • Set up audit files including preparation and delivery of engagement letters
  • Facilitate obtaining necessary client documents for audit
  • Assist in the financial statement preparation process
  • Import trial balances into audit software
  • Manage finalization processes and deadlines for audit departments
  • Assemble, track, and log confirmation letters with audit files
  • Responsible for tracking Requests for Proposals (RFPs), gathering and researching data, and developing proposals
  • Submit required reports to state and federal governmental agencies
  • Suggest opportunities to standardize current processes in client engagements and internal departmental functions for increased efficiency and effectiveness
  • Conduct research
  • Participate in CDS’s Audit Committees
  • Develop and maintain internal and external relationships
  • Encompass the CDS values: integrity, quality, collaboration, innovation, and kindness
  • Attend training and development opportunities to develop your interpersonal skills and professional expertise
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • AA degree and/or experience as an Administrative Assistant
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products, specifically Outlook, Word, and Excel, will train for using additional in-house software
  • Detail oriented
  • Effective, timely, and professional communication skills
  • Flexible team player who is also able to work independently
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Desire to continue to develop and enhance skills
  • Exceptional time management skills, ability to organize and prioritize projects, and meet deadlines
  • Optimistic
  • Strong computer aptitude


  • Ample career advancement opportunities
  • Frequent partner interaction
  • Challenging work with a variety of clients
  • Flexible, team-oriented work environment
  • Year-round training to assist with rapid skill development
  • Volunteering is encouraged
  • Fun events including social activities, annual golf outing, community service projects, and more!
  • Core values of integrity, quality, collaboration, innovation, and kindness
  • Mentor program


  • Personal Days Off
  • Holidays
  • Flexible schedule (including half day Fridays in the summer)
  • Flexible dress code
  • Group health insurance
  • Life, Disability, and AD & D insurance
  • 401(k) plan, including a matching program
  • Cafeteria plan
  • Continuing professional education
  • Dues & licensing
  • CPA exam support
  • Employee referral program
  • Business development referral program
  • Longevity bonus