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Audit staff II Accountant
All About People • Tampa, FL
Posted 9 days ago
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Audit Staff- Il is a professional position for employees with educational preparation and work experience in accounting, financial statement preparation, and auditing. This position examines and analyzes accounting records to determine financial status of organizations and prepare financial reports concerning operating procedures.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Maintain an annual production level as set by the Board of Directors.
- Maintain a minimum of 90% realization rate on work performed.
- Maintain highest professional ethics and promote the profession.
- Stay current with the laws and rulings through reading literature and attending courses.
- Recognize the various industries the Firm is currently servicing.
- Prepare budgets for all engagements and forward those budgets to involved staff.
- Review all work papers and work product before submission for further review.
- Identify exposure areas in the engagement that need to be addressed.
- Make recommendations regarding improved operations and efficiencies of the Firm.
- Ensure that engagement work is completed within predetermined time budgets and plan.
- Increase proficiency in special client services and business advisory skills.
- Make recommendations regarding improving operations and financial position of the client.
- Increase industry knowledge.
- Exercise due professional care in the performance of all services
- Adequately plan and supervise the performance of all services.
- Obtain sufficient relevant data to afford a reasonable basis for conclusions or recommendations in relation to all services.
- Prepare more complex returns due to prior experience.
- Ability to perform, supervise, and evaluates all administrative and professional functions of subordinates.
- Review data regarding material assets, net worth, liabilities, capital stock, surplus, income, and expenditures.
- Inspect items in books of original entry to determine if accepted accounting procedure was followed in recording transactions.
- Count cash on hand, inspects notes receivable and payable, negotiable securities, and canceled checks.
- Verify journal and ledger entries of cash and check payments, purchases, expenses, and trial balances by examining and authenticating inventory items.
- Begin to prepare reports for management concerning scope of an audit, financial conditions found, and source and application of funds.
- Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) in accounting from a four-year college or university, a fifth-year university program degree or a Master's degree (M.S.), and zero to three-plus years relevant experience.
- State of Florida Driver's License Proof of auto insurance
- Develop rapport with current clients and increase learning to develop new clients.
- Acquire and cultivate competence in preparing personal and business correspondence.
- Represent the Firm and promote its image by attending local professional, civic and business organization functions. Develop and increase a personal network of peer-level business contacts.
- Begin to identify cross-selling opportunities among existing clients, even if more experienced or specialized Firm members must pursue those contacts.
- Develop a personal practice development plan.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
- Complete Continuing Professional Education (CPE) to achieve or maintain professional certification, increase expertise, and industry specialization.
- Regularly update knowledge base on all professional pronouncements, such as FAS, SAS, GAAS, and GAAP.