Senior Auditor



Perform a wide variety of audit functions specific to for-profit, non-profit, and quasi-governmental clients. Frequent same-day travel, and occasional out-of-town travel for work at clients’ offices. Be flexible to meet the needs of clients and firm. Seasonal overtime is required.


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.

  • Preparation of compiled, reviewed, and audited financial statements
  • Perform all audit functions and tests as prescribed in applicable audit programs
  • Application of and reporting on agreed upon procedures
  • 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
  • Conduct research related to client work and internal projects
  • Provide timely, high quality client service
  • Managing client expectations and assisting clients with their audit and other related questions
  • Responsible for client communication
  • Participate in client meetings and presentations
  • Mentor staff and conduct staff training
  • Supervise projects and assign work as necessary
  • Assist with developing proposals
  • Participate in the audit planning process
  • Assist with firm initiatives
  • Attend Continuing Professional Education to develop your interpersonal skills and professional expertise
  • Encompass the CDS core values: integrity, quality, collaboration, innovation, and kindness
  • Develop and maintain client relationships
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Accounting, Finance, or related degree or educational requirements to sit for the CPA exam, required
  • Certified Public Accountant certification, preferred
  • Well-rounded knowledge of accounting principles and auditing standards related to non-profit, for profit, and quasi-governmental audits
  • Experience in oversight of audit engagements including planning, budgeting, performing, supervision of staff, and wrap up
  • Analytical skills with particular attention to detail
  • Effective, timely, and professional communication skills
  • Flexible team player who is also able to work independently
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality required
  • Desire to continue to develop and enhance skills
  • Exceptional time management skills with an 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, including an HSA matching program
  • Continuing professional education
  • Dues & licensing
  • CPA exam support
  • Employee referral program
  • Longevity bonus