Audit Manager

Grant Thornton 4/30/2019 4:57:53 PM
JOB ID: 043693 Specialty:
Dallas, Texas

   

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Grant Thornton LLP has multiple openings for the position of Audit Manager – ASC 606 in Dallas, TX. The applicant may live anywhere in the U.S., as this is a roving position, with required regional travel up to 40% of the time. The Audit Manager ASC 606 will plan, coordinate, supervise and execute audits in compliance with applicable IFRS, GAAS, GAAP, legal and regulatory requirements. S/he will manage multiple teams across multiple clients; allocate work to staff and manage audit engagements to budget; identify audit issues; and investigate and consult on resolution and service client base to make recommendations on business and process improvements. S/he will serve as a business advisor to clients; team with partners and senior managers on proposals and business development calls; understand and manage Firm risk on audits and proposals; manage up to 5 professionals on a project-basis; actively participate in recruiting talent to the Firm; attend professional development, networking events and training seminars on a regular basis; provide classroom training on both GAAP and GAAS for audit personnel; and conduct the review and evaluation of client's business processes and identify business risks and internal control weaknesses. S/he will apply in-depth accounting knowledge including (i) discussing audit implications and potential risk areas from changes in accounting guidance (e.g., ASC 606), (ii) articulate the relevant aspects of the accounting guidance and the potential impact on an organizations' accounting policies and procedures, (iii) evaluate the estimated impact through performance of audit procedures, and (iv) communicate relevant conclusions and findings as a result of evaluation procedures performed. S/he will assist with account functions, including billing and fee analysis.

Qualifications

The position of Audit Manager - ASC 606 requires a bachelor’s degree, or its foreign equivalent, in Accounting, Finance, Business, or a related field plus 5 years of progressively responsible, post-baccalaureate experience in the job offered or in a public accounting role involving in-charge auditing. The applicant must have passed the CPA exam or Institute of Chartered Accountants exam. Additionally, the applicant must have: (1) 5 years of experience in planning, coordinating, supervising, and executing audits in compliance with applicable IFRS, GAAS, GAAP, legal and regulatory requirements; (2) 2 years of experience in ASC 606; (3) 2 years of experience in managing multiple teams across multiple clients, allocating work to staff, and managing audit engagements to budget; and (4) 2 years of experience in conducting the review and evaluation of client's business processes and identifying business risks and internal control weaknesses.

This position is included in Grant Thornton’s Employee Referral Program with incentives. Candidates who are interested in this position should select “Apply” below.

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Requisition ID: 043693

Dallas, TX
Dallas, Texas




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