Date Posted May 15, 2024
Industry Audit/Assurance
Job Status Full-time
Salary Not Specified



  • Crain’s Chicago 11th largest firm (2023), Accounting Today’s 54th largest firm in the US, 10th in the Great Lakes region (2024). 

  • Come have a voice in the department and in your career! 

  • Large Firm Opportunities, Small Firm Culture.    

  • Receive mentorship and support from partners and opportunities for career advancement. 

  • Work on multiple engagements in various industries, including Manufacturing, Distribution, Real Estate, Construction, Tech, Start-Ups and more. 

  • Flexible, hybrid work environment with offices in Chicago, Deerfield, and Downers Grove. 


How You Will Contribute: 

  • Plan engagements including preparation of audit programs and time budgets to achieve quality and efficiency goals. 

  • Conduct and supervise all aspects of field work in audit engagements, reviews, and compilations. 

  • Review all workpapers, financial statements and tax returns before submission to manager/principal for further review. 

  • Recognize and inform senior management of opportunities to increase level and types of services to clients. 

  • Other duties as assigned, such as special projects, including other agreed upon procedures set forth by clients. 

  • Assist with training and developing staff and interns. 


About YOU! 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. 

  • Eligible to sit (with 150 credit hours) or working towards obtaining CPA.  

  • 4+ years of experience in public accounting industry at a mid-market firm. 

  • DAILY ACCESS TO A VEHICLE to commute to and from clients. e


What We Value:

  • Building strong relationships, being responsive, being proactive, and continued learning and mentoring.
  • Supporting your career growth. We recognize good work and are proud to offer promotions at an accelerated pace compared to the industry average.


What we offer:

  • Comprehensive benefit package and defined PTO.
  • Parental leave.
  • 8 hours of volunteer time.
  • CPA exam incentives.
  • Tax season meals/allowances.
  • Opportunities for reduced work schedules.