Robert Half International Audit Manager - Public in Santa Rosa, California
Description Mid sized regional CPA firm is looking to grow their Audit team in response to increased business demands. We are looking for Staff, Senior, Supervisors, and Manager level candidates who have an active CPA license. This is a great opportunity to work with a progressive team (the Audit Partners are terrific!) and enjoy a variety of clients and industries while increasing your technical expertise!
Salary for licensed CPA's with 3-5 years audit experience can earn a base salary in the $90K-$105K range. Supervisors can earn up to $125K base DOE, and Audit Managers will earn up to $140K DOE. Bonuses are typical for all roles and the firm may also offer relocation assistance to great candidates.
We are also looking for a Tax Manager! Requirements
CPA (active license) and BS Degree.
2+ years of audit experience for a variety of industries.
Experience leading an audit is a plus!
The firm offers competitive benefits, and a reasonable work/life balance. Auditors can work remotely! For the Tax Manager, the hope is to have you in the office in Santa Rosa at least a few days a week.
For immediate consideration, please contact Amanda Howell at 707-578-3355.
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