Join one of the fastest growing public accounting firms in the country! Opportunities for personal growth and mutually beneficial work arrangements. HORNE LLP, one of the largest accounting and consulting firms in the Southeast, is seeking a Senior Associate for our Trenton, NJ project location.
Senior Associates perform most work assigned with minimal assistance. They often lead one or more Associates, instruct them in work to be performed, review the work done, and direct necessary revisions. Senior Associates are required to make decisions on all but the most unusual accounting and consulting matters.
Required Experience and Education
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, or related field, with additional hours to satisfy CPA eligibility requirements, or Master’s degree in accounting, or degree appropriate to practice area.
Normally two (2) to three (3) years experience in public accounting, consulting, grants management or private sector accounting demonstrating a progression in complexity and number of projects. Audit experience preferred.
Required Licenses, Certificates or Knowledge
Either hold a current and valid certified public accountant’s license, or be working toward obtaining the license by taking and passing the applicable state CPA exam, if appropriate to practice area.
If CPA, must be a member in good standing with the American Institute of CPAs and respective state societies.
Proficiency in use of computers and computer accounting software, or software appropriate to practice area.
Responsible for detailed review and reconciliation for the receipt and/or disbursement of Community Development Block Grant disaster recovery funds within a designated geographic area or political jurisdiction(s).
Works closely with government agencies to ensure the integrity and completeness of the financial records in accordance with federal and state guidelines, and generally accepted accounting principles.
Assists and performs, where necessary, in the physical preparation of project budgets, budget tracking, and budget variance reporting.
Performs sampling and testing/pre-audit activities, by project in anticipation of federal HUD audits and reviews.
Encouraged to join a community association related to his/her field after first year of employment with Performance Advisor approval prior to joining.
Participates in Full Potential Measurement Program and serves as new hire buddy.
Assumes individual responsibility to learn all new technology introduced by the Firm as appropriate for service/practice area.
Such other duties as may be assigned.
We serve a broad range of industries such as Franchising, Construction, Manufacturing, Professional Services, and Healthcare. We value our people, our clients, innovation, leadership, teamwork, doing what's right, technology, and success. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.