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Staff Auditor

LBMC OVERVIEW

LBMC is a great place to work and we have the awards and people to prove it! As one of the fastest growing companies since our inception over 30 years ago, we know that people are the key to how to maintain our success. Our people, culture, benefit options, growth opportunities, and not to mention that we are located in some pretty amazing cities in Tennessee, all come together to make us a TOP Work Place

POSITION SUMMARY

The staff auditor will be working under the direct supervision of a senior auditor and will spend a majority of time working on site at our clients' offices, which, in most cases, are located in the area of the LBMC offices. Employees will have the opportunity to work with clients in a wide variety of industries, ranging in size from start-up entities to large corporations. 

PRIMARY DUTIES | RESPONSIBILITIES

The staff auditor will utilize standardized firm practices to audit our clients' processes and procedures in established areas in order to assess risk and evaluate efficiency and effectiveness.  The types of engagements on which the staff auditor will work include outsourced/co-sourced internal audits, Service Organization Control (SOC) audits, agreed upon procedures, financial statement audits, and other consulting engagements as necessary.  

Areas that would be audited include: 

  • cash
  • accounts receivable/accounts payable
  • inventories
  • property and equipment
  • long-term debt
  • accrued expenses
  • equity
  • revenues
  • expenses
  • internal controls
  • analytical procedures

In addition to auditing, employees will have an opportunity to work on review, compilation, and consulting engagements. This position will obtain an annual utilization budget of 1,800 chargeable hours

QUALIFICATION | SKILLS

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • CPA eligible (150 hours)

HIGHLIGHT OF LBMC'S BENEFITS | PERKS 

  • Employee development and training programs, such as including a Women's Initiative Network, Coaching Program, and Young Professionals Group. 
  • Dress for your day 
  • Eight week paid maternity leave
  • Two week paid paternity/adoptive leave
  • Flexible work arrangements 
  • CPA exam bonuses
  • Provided refreshments
  • Business casual dress
  • Local charity support
  • Quarterly and holiday office celebrations

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