The Audit Manager requires a BS or MS in Accounting, and 6 to 10+ years of current or recent public accounting experience. Experience with nonprofit audits, and CPA or CPA eligible. The Audit Manager should also have solid communication skills and experience with Board meetings, proposals, and client management. The Audit Manager works closely with Partners, audit staff, and clients to facilitate completion of the audit process, including overseeing fieldwork, reviewing workpapers, preparing client files, interfacing with client executives, participating in presentations to boards, and issuing final client deliverables.
- Supervise, train, and mentor audit seniors and staff.
- Schedule client engagements and manage report due dates.
- Oversee audit fieldwork and ensure timely and accurate audit completion.
- Review working papers and audit documents prepared by seniors and staff.
- Prepare or review engagement letters, financials, board letters, and other key deliverables.
- Coordinate with firm’s tax professionals to ensure timely client tax assistance.
- Respond to client questions and address issues throughout the year.
- Participate in presenting audit results to Boards and Audit Committees.
- Participate in firm recruiting, marketing, and administrative functions.
- Other responsibilities as may be assigned.