With over 100 offices and nearly 6,000 associates throughout the U.S. CBIZ (NYSE: CBZ) delivers top-level financial and employee business services to organizations of all sizes, as well as individual clients, by providing national-caliber expertise combined with highly personalized service delivered at the local level.
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2022 Great Place to Work Certification
The Forensic and Litigation Associates work as a member of the Client Services group and can expect a diverse experience ranging from accounting procedures for litigation engagements to the performance of business appraisal and valuation services. This position performs many duties of an advance level forensic accountant including working directly for corporate clients, under the supervision of upper level management.
Essential Functions and Primary Duties
Performance of preliminary valuation, forensic, and appraisal analyses, including development of comparative adjusted financial statements and data input for expert witness exhibits.
Knowledgeable of the relevant statutory and family codes and their applicability to accounting principles in performance of forensic accounting.
Participate in client assignments from beginning to end.
Create forensic and economics models for presentation of forensic standard accounting system.
Identify and communicate case issues, finding, and improvement opportunities with managers and partners to resolve client issues discovered during engagements.
Work with discovery team to inventory and reconcile documents and data produced in preparation for submission to courts, attorneys and clients
Assist in preparation of exhibits and background information for expert witness testimony
Maintain and comply with highest degree of professional standards, client confidentiality and personal conduct.
They will participate in training and developing staff and building a team-centered client service team; monitor client issues related to compliance services and monitor engagement status and profitability as well as attending to clients expectation
Master's degree in Accountingor related field
Family law forensic accounting experience
Bachelor's degree required
6 years of experience in public accounting or related field
3 years supervisory experience
Must have active CPA or equivalent certification
Ability to manage all aspects of client engagements
Demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing throughout all levels of organization, both internally and externally
Must be able to travel based on client and business needs
Proficient use of applicable technology
The annual salary target for this job in this market is $145,000 - $175,000. The specific compensation for this role will be determined based on the education, experience, and skill set of the individual selected for this position.The compensation above is not representative of an employee's total compensation. Beyond income, you have access to: comprehensive medical and dental insurance, retirement savings, life and disability insurance, health care and dependent care reimbursement accounts, certification incentives, education assistance, referral program and much more
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