When: Friday, August 17
Time: 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Where: CBS Radio Dallas
4131 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 170
Dallas, Texas 75204
RSVP Required-Deadline August 14: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why: “You will have the opportunity to learn about and apply for several internships available with our Dallas stations and their departments for Fall 2012.”
Submitted by Alesi Gerthe
Company: McConnell & Jones
Position: Staff Auditor (Entry Level)
Location: Corporate Office–Houston
Description: The Staff Auditor is expected to acquire and develop competence, skills and judgment in accounting principles and auditing procedures.
- Become familiar with pronouncements of the Financial Accounting Standards Boards and AICPA.
- Assume responsibility for various segments of audits under supervision.
- Be familiar with current accounting principles and auditing techniques.
- Performs detailed audit procedures on financial statement account balances, prepares and adjusts work papers from clients’ trial balance.
- Researches accounting issues.
- Interact with clients to help audit team efficiency.
- Communicate auditing matters and problems to Senior Associates, Managers and Partners.
- Acquire a working knowledge of the client’s business.
- Become oriented with Firm’s practices, policies, and culture.
- Establish a Continuing Professional Educational program to include participation in training sessions, and reading and self-study programs, in preparation for supervisory role.
- Recognizes potential problem areas in specific engagements and discusses them with engagement supervisor.
- Participates in the engagement planning process.
- Performs other accounting, auditing, and consulting duties as needed in engagements and as assigned by supervisory personnel.
- Execute day to day activities of audit engagements for multiple clients.
Education/skill requirements and work experience include:
- Well-rounded knowledge of accounting principles; knowledge of Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), Government Auditing Standards (GAS Yellow Book) and Generally Accepted Governmental Accounting Standards (GAGAS) a plus and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Excellent project management, analytical, interpersonal, organizational skills.
- Proficiency in use of computers and computer accounting software programs.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- Either holds a current and valid certified public accountant’s license or is working toward obtaining the license by taking and passing the applicable state CPA exam.
- Some travel may be required.
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting; 3.5 or higher GPA in major preferred.
- Advanced degree preferred.
- Must have completed requirements to sit for CPA exam.
- Zero to one year audit experience in the commercial, governmental, non-profit sectors or benefit plan audit experience a plus.
If you are interested in this position and meet the qualifications, please contact Mandy Szabo at email@example.com.
Submitted by Lindsey Braentner
STA is the oldest educational recruitment service in America. We receive job listings from hundreds of PK-12 private schools around the South. Schools come to STA because they recognize the value of STA’s help in recruiting & screening talented candidates.
Certification is not required for most middle- and high-school teaching positions. In addition, we presently have numerous Administrative Opportunities listed around the South.
- Elementary Education: teacher certification required and, typically, 3 years of full time teaching experience.
- Art, Physical Education, and Music: teacher certification strongly preferred.
- Learning Specialist: teacher certification required.
- Media Specialist/Library: MLS (or comparable degree) required.
- Counselor: master’s degree in counselor education, but not necessarily for College Counselors.
- Administration: master’s degree in administration preferred for most jobs.
- For most other middle- and high-school teaching positions, a bachelor’s degree with a major in the teaching field (or at least a minor) is essential, but teacher certification is not.
Application process: Interested candidates should apply to Southern Teachers Agency via our website at www.SoutherTeachers.com.
Submitted by Lindsey Braentner
Deloitte LLP and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) have partnered to offer the Jorge Caballero Student Leadership Award of up to $10,000 for Hispanic accounting majors demonstrating leadership qualities through academics and community involvement.
Deloitte LLP is a global firm comprised of national subsidiaries that provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management and tax services to select clients.
The eligibility requirements for the award are:
- Accounting major
- A GPA of 3.5
- Enrolled full-time in a four-year college or university
- Junior, senior, or graduate student status
- U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Three short essay responses
The application deadline is Friday, September 7. Click here for more details on the award and application process.
Submitted by Estefana Rodriguez
Staff Job Description
Tax is an inescapable dimension of almost every business activity, in every jurisdiction where a company does business. To optimize the financial performance of business operations, tax strategy and business strategy have to work together across a client enterprise. Ernst & Young’s core tax advisory business offerings in International Tax Services, State & Local Taxes and Federal Tax Services make up the business offering for our core Tax practice.
One of the benefits of being aligned with one of these functional groups is that you will have the technical proficiency and connectivity to address client issues as well as develop as well-rounded, quality-focused tax professionals. As a member of EY’s core Tax practice, you will have the combination of deep tax knowledge and a sophisticated understanding of business drivers to serve your clients to the best of your ability.
We currently have a career opportunity for a Staff professional in our State & Local Tax - Indirect Employment Tax practice. This practice provides the following services to clients: planning and compliance for mergers; acquisitions and internal reorganizations; audit defense for withholding and unemployment audits; employment tax consulting (one-off questions); and unemployment claims administration.
- Contribute to client satisfaction by providing timely and effective responses to client needs and concerns.
- Develop and deliver quality and timely services and work products.
- Research complex tax issues and develop practical and effective tax approaches.
- Participate in client meetings and work within a team environment to deliver integrated services to clients.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic tax concepts and actively pursue increased tax knowledge through client assignments and current tax developments.
To qualify, candidates must have:
- a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in accounting, finance, economics or other related fields (an advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable)
- strong analytical skills as well as excellent written/verbal communication skills
- demonstrated leadership skills and excellent interpersonal abilities
- an interest in learning in a fast paced, teaming work environment
- PC proficiency including excellent Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills; Microsoft Access skills a plus
This position may require extensive travel requirements during some months. It will also require travel to Northeast Area EY offices (New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut) periodically.
Submitted by: Estefana Rodriguez
Several accounting professors will be hosting lunches with students this semester. These lunches are a casual way for students and faculty to get to know each other, and for professors to discuss subjects for which they have a passion. Keep an eye out for e-mails from the MPA office inviting you to these lunches. Participation is limited to 10 students per lunch.
Submitted by Madeline Chauvin
We are having an informal pizza social on Friday July 6 in the GSB Events Room to welcome the new class of traditional MPAs. Faculty members, current traditional MPAs and 5th year integrated MPAs are invited to join join us to welcome the incoming students. This is a great opportunity for the incoming students to meet each other and their professors before classes starts the following Monday. Please join us!
What: Pizza Social for Incoming T-MPAs
When: Friday July 6, 2012
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Where: GSB Events Room (5th floor)
We hope to see you there!
Submitted by Madeline Chauvin
Company: AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps
Position: Project Assistant with Sanctuary for Families
Location: New York
Start Date: August
Description: Sanctuary for Families is an organization “dedicated to the safety, healing and self-determination of victims of domestic violence and related forms of gender violence.” It is strongly preferred that the candidate have previous experience working with women and/or families, and the candidate must be fluent in Spanish. Refer to Project Assistant with Sanctuary for Families for additional qualifications and job description.
To apply, candidates should fill out an online application. Applications will be accepted until July 6th or when the positions are filled.
Submitted by Lindsey Braentner