Summary of Responsibilities

Perform a wide variety of diversified governmental audit functions under the supervision of different Senior Auditors, Managers and Partners.

Essential Functions
  • Provide timely, high quality client service
  • Preparation of compiled, reviewed and audited financial statements and agreed upon procedures
  • Perform all audit functions and tests as prescribed in applicable audit programs
  • Identify accounting, compliance, and reporting issues
  • Maintain a working knowledge of all current auditing laws and statutes, including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and auditing standards
  • Preparation of spreadsheets as deemed necessary
  • Perform other accounting and auditing duties as needed in engagements and as assigned by Senior Auditors, Managers, and Partners
  • Complete continuing education requirements for Governmental Auditors
  • Obtain a working knowledge of governmental auditing through internal and external resources
  • Participate in CDS’s Governmental Accounting & Auditing Committee
  • Conduct research related to client work and internal projects
Other Functions
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Senior Auditors, Managers, and Partners
  • Be actively involved in community, volunteer and/or industry organizations. Develop client relationships
Working Conditions
  • Overtime will be required
  • Regular travel to client sites, meetings, and seminars will be necessary (limited overnight travel)
Education, Experience, and Skills Required
  • Accounting degree or educational requirements to sit for CPA exam required
  • Well-rounded knowledge of accounting principles and auditing standards
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with clients and other staff
  • Flexible, team player
  • Detail oriented
  • Strong prioritization skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products, particularly Outlook, Excel and Word

To apply for this position, e-mail resume Heather Thompson at [email protected].