Staff Nonprofit Auditor
January 31, 2024 • Experienced
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As an employee at RitzHolman CPAs, you become part of our family. You have the opportunity to work creatively in a flexible, diverse work environment. You continually develop your skills, knowledge and education, work directly with our partners, teach others, and make an impact. If you have a passion to give back, share your time, talents and enthusiastic strengths in the community, join our team.
Everything we do focuses on achieving our mission, which would not be accomplished without the talented individuals who make up our RitzHolman CPAs family. Our dedication to achieving our mission makes us a unique and successful firm. The strength of our firm is defined by our employees.
The nonprofit audit team focuses on serving the Greater Milwaukee nonprofit community. We work with over 300 nonprofits, providing audit, review, compilations, tax, and consulting services. The nonprofit team is dedicated to helping nonprofits in the Greater Milwaukee area by helping clients to have best practices and an accounting professional to help them along the way.
This position provides audit, review, compilation, tax, and consulting services for nonprofit organizations. The following skills and responsibilities is a sample of the staff accountant auditor role.
Skills and Responsibilities
- As part of an audit team, you will assist in the planning, fieldwork and review of audit, review and compilation services.
- Drafting financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
- Apply networking skills in professional, civic, and charitable organizations and is able to cultivate leads.
- Assure that all necessary accounts have been analyzed, and that all issues have been addressed in assigned audit section and under the direction of the audit in-charge or partner.
- Propose journal entries for clients.
- Prepare Form 990s.
The work of the staff accountants is the foundation on which the work of others is based. A pool of capable, well-trained staff accountants is the main source of future in-charge accountants, supervisors, managers, and partners.
- A candidate must have coursework completed to be eligible to sit for the CPA exam. Individuals interested in this role, but that have not yet completed the required coursework, may be eligible for an intern position.
- Highly organized, detail-oriented, analytical, self-motivated with a team attitude, work well under pressure, plan, and problem solve.
- Possess a willingness to learn and grow to meet the changing requirements of the position and business.
- Ability to effectively communicate with a variety of team members and clients’ ability to multi-task while working on various projects and clients.
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