Grant Thornton LLP Audit Senior Associate II in Boston, Massachusetts
As an Audit Senior Associate, you’ll listen to learn about your client’s operations, processes, business objectives, and risks, and apply that knowledge to enhance the financial statement audit — all with the resources, environment and support to help you excel. You’ll build relationships with your clients and your engagement team, and use our world-class audit technology to work collaboratively, solve smarter, and improve the client’s overall financial reporting process. From day one, you’ll be empowered with access to firm leaders and mentors, training programs, resource groups, team-based communities, and growth opportunities to help you develop your career and achieve more, confidently.
Your day-to-day may include:
Listening and communicating clearly with clients about engagement expectations, as well as informing them about accounting, financial and regulatory developments that may affect their organization
Planning, executing and completing financial statement audits while managing the budget; performing an in-charge role as needed
Training and supervising audit associates and interns and providing consistent, regular feedback
Working with the team to design audit procedures using audit technology and innovation tools. Researching accounting & auditing matters and documenting conclusions.
Working at a client site, with your team in the office or remotely. We empower teams to listen first to expectations of clients and teammates; then you and your team can determine when and where to work. No matter when or where, you will have the support you need to thrive
Representing Grant Thornton at recruiting and professional networking events
Building your technical and professional skills through formal training
Other duties as assigned
You have the following technical skills, qualifications and abilities:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, economics, finance, mathematics, or related disciplines
Minimum of two years of progressive public accounting experience with in-charge auditing
Meeting education requirement for CPA certification in the state where you are applying for employment
Analytical, technical, and auditing skills, including proficiency in US GAAP, GAAS, and PCAOB rules and standards
Can manage multiple engagements and competing priorities
Value teamwork, are agile and know the power of building strong relationships
Are curious about or have exposure to automation and digitization tools as part of audits or in the professional services environment
Can travel as needed (Travel expectation: up to 25%)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
At Grant Thornton, we believe in making business more personal and building trust into every result – for our clients and you. Here, we go beyond your expectations of a career in professional services by offering a career path with more: more opportunity, more flexibility, and more support. It’s what makes us different, and we think being different makes us better.
About the Team
The team you’re about to join is ready to help you thrive. Here’s how:
• Whether it’s your work location, weekly schedule or unlimited flex time off, we empower you with the options to work in the way that best serves your clients and your life.
• Here, you are supported to prioritize your overall well-being through work-life integration options that work best for your and those in your household.
• We understand that your needs, responsibilities and experiences are different — and we think that’s a good thing. That’s why we support you with personalized and comprehensive benefits that recognize and empower all the identities, roles and aspirations that make you, well, you. See how at www.gt.com/careers
• When it comes to inclusion, we are committed to doing more than checking boxes. Explore all the ways we’re taking action for diversity, equity & inclusion at www.gt.com/careers
Here’s what you can expect next:
If you apply and are selected to interview, a Grant Thornton team member will reach out to you to schedule a time to connect. We encourage you to also check out other roles that may be a good fit for you or get to know us a little bit better at www.gt.com/careers.
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